Utility companies could be forced to guarantee the quality of road repairs for up to five years, following a Government consultation.
Tricia Hayes from the Department for Transport (DfT) will be among the speakers at Deloitte’s Women at the Wheel event on Thursday (March 7).
New EU-wide fuel labels will be rolled out across all filling stations by September 2019, to help inform drivers them of the biofuel content of both petrol and diesel.
The illegal use of mobile phones among van drivers is double that seen in cars, according to a new Government report.
The Government has announced that a process is being developed to support the advanced trials of automated vehicles.
Civica Digital has partnered with the Department for Transport (DfT) to enhance its cloud-based Collision Reporting and Sharing system (CRaSH).
The RAC has given its backing to aligning the MOT with vehicle safety recalls so that if there is an outstanding issue with a car or van it could fail the test.
New guidance has been published by the British Standards Institute (BSI) to help protect self-driving cars from being hacked.
Now is the time for the DfT to take charge and start funding the development of new digital platforms for planning journeys, says the Transport Committee.
Government claims insurance premiums would be cut if drivers take a cyclist awareness course have come as a surprise to the Association of British Insurers (ABI).
Nearly one in three would not try to talk a friend out of drink-driving, while four in 10 know someone who has driven over the drink-drive limit, says RAC research.
Measures to combat road rage and encourage more mutual respect between road users have been released in a two-year Government action plan.
The most common phrase for British motorists to shout in an outburst of road rage is ‘go on then, move’, according to survey.
Grant-eligible vehicles were sold at a rate more than six times higher than normal, causing officials to put the new scheme in place on Sunday (October 21)
The Government is reviewing guidance on how road users should behave in relation to cyclists and pedestrians, as part of its plan to drive down road deaths.
The company says that future additions are looking very unlikely in the current circumstances.
The plug-in car grant for ultra-low emission cars will be cut by £1,000 and no longer apply to hybrid cars with a range of less than 70 miles, from November 9.
Range of transport options will minimise vehicle use as cities bid for Government funding. By Stephen Briers
Clean cars and vans could be fitted with new green number plates under Government plans to promote awareness of ultra-low emission vehicles (ULEVs).
The Government funding aims to support fleets with the uptake of e-Cargo bikes as an alternative to diesel vans for last-mile deliveries.
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