Micromobility could be set to transform the way commuters and business travellers get around towns and cities.
Motorists report an increase in driver distraction from infotainment systems, sat navs and mobile phones, research from Venson Automotive Solutions suggests.
There were 1,748 people killed on the roads in Great Britain last year, according to provisional figures published by the Department for Transport (DfT) today.
Government plans to end the sale of new diesel and petrol vehicles by 2035, or earlier, would fail to recognise the diverse needs of fleet operators.
Plans to increase walking and cycling in England include fines for motoring offences and the country’s first ‘zero-emission’ city.
The latest data from the Department for Transport (DfT) shows car use was at 85% of what would typically be expected on Monday (July 20).
Fleet managers are having to adapt fast to new demands placed upon them by Covid-19, but new research suggests some familiar challenges remain.
The appetite for electrification is increasing among fleets, with leasing companies reporting record levels of demand from company car drivers.
By Harvey Perkins, employment tax specialist at Gunnercooke Consulting
New board aims to guide and shape Government’s transport decarbonisation plan.
New regulations allowing trials of rental e-scooters will come into force on July 4, 2020, transport minister Rachel Maclean has announced.
Transport secretary Grant Shapps to speak at the LowCVP Annual Conference 2020 on July 15.
Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, confirmed 29 projects will benefit from the investment.
Vehicle Excise Duty (VED) should be increased on the most polluting cars to encourage the switch to cleaner fuels, says Committee on Climate Change.
Plans for new garden towns and villages will leave residents car dependent, new research by Transport for New Homes suggests.
The Government has given the go-ahead for pure electric vehicles (EVs) to be identified by a green number plate.
Nine in 10 say the Government’s proposed rules for e-scooters are unsafe, according to a survey from Venson Automotive Solutions.
Covid-19 has helped to clear the air – now battle is on to keep it that way.
The Government has changed enforcement rules to allow the use of cameras to fine drivers who flout new road restrictions aimed at encouraging cycling.
The Government has changed its advice on the wearing of face coverings on public transport in England.
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