Data is the new ‘natural resource’ upon which transport and mobility services will be built, the 21st century equivalent of coal or oil, reports Jonathan Manning
Insight from Ford’s smart data project could help city authorities reduce the numbers of people killed or seriously injured on the road.
The proposed switch to connected and autonomous vehicles from conventional private transport is gaining momentum. Zenzic CEO Dr Daniel Ruiz reports on its progress
How businesses and the public sector need to rethink their energy strategy
What additional practical steps can local authorities and their private sector partners take to decarbonise urban transport, asks Mark Sutcliffe
Mark Sutcliffe reviews the Urban Transport Group’s latest report on Mobility as a Service (MaaS)
How Nottingham’s Workplace Charging Levy pays for a raft of green transport initiatives to cut congestion and CO2 emissions.
The West Yorkshire Combined Authority’s CityConnect programme aims to encourage cycling and walking across the region.
Copenhagen’s Cycling Super Highways put Denmark on the fast track to carbon-neutral urban transport
Have you heard about the riots in Madrid after the car access restrictions were brought in last November? No? Funny that. There weren’t any.
Smart Transport Insight: The aspiration to own a car is not as widespread as in the past. This is just one example of a change in attitude towards travel, reports Beate Kubitz
Given the lack of economies of scale available outside major conurbations, introducing MaaS to rural areas doesn’t have private investors queuing up, says Darren Shirley
Olympian Chris Boardman wants to change Manchester, but he needs to take people with him.
The Rail 2050 manifesto provides a response to growing political uncertainty and the changing landscape for the rail industry.