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Ministers are set to complete the legal groundwork for the Bus Open Data Service, paving the way for new powers by the end of the year to ensure operators disclose data on fares, timetables and locations.
Prime minister Boris Johnson has caused controversy by suggesting that allowing driverless trains should be a condition of any future funding of Transport for London.
Transport secretary Grant Shapps has announced the launch of a 'Net Zero Transport Board' to help guide the decarbonisation of UK transport.
A leading sub-national transport body has expressed disappointment at the lack of new infrastructure spending in the chancellor’s economic statement.
The South East of England has won the largest chunk of a £900m cash pot for ‘shovel ready’ projects aimed at giving the economy a quick boost as part of the prime minister’s ‘New Deal’
Localis chief executive, Jonathan Werran, takes lessons from history, politics and devolution to find insights into what place directors can do to promote prosperity in the COVID-19 recovery.
Some have suggested that the inexperience of drivers has caused problems on smart motorways. However, International Transport Specialists JJX Logistics Ltd tells Transport Network that well trained professional drivers are also raising concerns.
Tom Van Vuren, technical director and practice leader transport planning Australia at Mott MacDonald, discusses what the COVID-19 outbreak can teach us about transport modelling.
Mark Lynam is director of transport, housing and infrastructure at Sheffield City Region and a director of the Institute of Economic Development. He argues we must seek to use the current crisis as an opportunity to encourage the move towards better travel choices.