IPPR wants ban on buying ICE vehicles brought forward to 2022 for the public sector and from 2025 for large commercial fleets.
The Association of Fleet Professionals (AFP) has released a document which aims to ‘define mobility management’ as a subject for wider discussions across the fleet sector.
The growing issue of grey fleet will be tackled at a new webinar being held by the Association of Fleet Professionals (AFP), later this month (March).
The number of transport and logistics workers joining the furlough scheme jumped by 18%, or 28,200 employees, between December and January.
People will continue to avoid public and shared transport, potentially increasing grey fleet use and impacting the wider mobility market, new research suggests.
Rail passenger journeys in Great Britain fell to the lowest levels last seen in the mid-nineteenth century.
One in three people questioned say they are permanently planning to stop car-sharing, with two in five declaring that giving people a lift to work is now a thing of the past.
Covid-19 has ended rush hour traffic, with levels now remaining consistent throughout the day, new data from Cubic Telecom suggests.
Business travellers and commuters are being reminded that from Monday (June 15) they will be required to wear a face covering on public transport.
Covid-19 has helped to clear the air – now battle is on to keep it that way.
Concerns over the long-term finances of Transport for London (TfL) could see its credit rating downgraded by Moody’s.
Business travellers and commuters continue to steer clear of public transport, preferring to drive rather than travel by bus or train, Transport Focus data shows.
Additional funding to support an increase in public transport services has been announced by Transport Secretary Grant Shapps.
Public transport demand is expected to be impacted significantly by coronavirus fears in the short-term, new research suggests.
Public transport has fallen out of favour with commuters due to concerns over the spread of Coronavirus.
The Urban Transport Group has identified the challenges and solutions to be overcome to improve transport in the UK’s city regions.
Manchester has today seen contactless payments launched
Half of passengers do not trust public transport to get them to their destination on time, according to new research from Fujitsu.
£7m of Government grants are to enable nitrogen oxide reduction technology to be retrofitted to 450 buses across England.
Only 26% of SMEs say public transport provides a convenient option for business travel, according to a study by YouGov.
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