New transport committee report says unless charging habits change, or the National Grid is strengthened, power cuts could be seen in parts of the country.
Long-term funding settlement essential to local roads maintenance, says Transport Select Committee.
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.
A new inquiry into the funding and governance of local roads in England has been launched by the Transport Committee.
The Government says it will not intervene in the provision of mobility services, after being warned it must show political leadership if mobility is to succeed in the UK.
The Government must show political leadership when it comes to the availability of data if new mobility services are to succeed in the UK, experts have warned.
A joint investigation between the DVSA and Luton Borough Council trading standards has been launched into a series of fires involving the Vauxhall Zafira.
Inquiry to examine the transformative potential of an integrated, multi-mode MaaS app, and overcoming barriers to implementation in UK cities and regions.
The environment, food and rural affairs, environmental audit, health, and transport committees have re-launched their joint inquiry into improving air quality.
Vauxhall was too slow to begin a full investigation into fires affecting Zafira B models, a critical report claims.
Vauxhall is calling for the establishment of a national vehicle fire database.
Stephen Briers interviews Louise Ellman MP, chair of the influential TSC, which can summon company bosses and ministers to give evidence to its inquiries
Converting the hard shoulder into a running lane does not present an unacceptable level of risk, the Government has claimed.
A new report from the parliamentary Transport Committee claims the Government should investigate and consider prosecuting Volkswagen for its deception, but it has been far too slow to act.
Emergency and breakdown recovery services have voiced concerns about the safety of ‘all-lane running’ if it is to be rolled out across the UK.
MPs have suggested that more average speed cameras should be deployed on UK roads to catch motorists who drive too fast.
MPs on the Transport Committee say the drop in the number of recorded crimes on our roads does not represent a reduction in offences being committed.
MPs have launched an enquiry into ‘all-lane running’ to evaluate its effectiveness in managing capacity and congestion, and its impact on road safety.
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