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British AI start-up Academy of Robotics has developed Europe’s first roadworthy autonomous delivery vehicle, which is focused on tackling the last mile delivery challenge.
Investment models used in the energy sector to help limit risk and co-ordinated national policies could help lay the groundwork for a new era of mobility, according to a new report from Amey.
Cranfield Aerospace Solutions (CAeS), an aircraft integrator in green commercial aviation, has received a £9m UK Government grant for a project to develop electric aviation.
London mayor Sadiq Khan has confirmed that some Transport for London (TfL) fares will be frozen again next year despite a budget deficit of around £500m.
A new River Ribble crossing, new and modernised railway stations and a partnership with commercial bus operators feature in the Preston City Transport Plan, published this week.
A cycling-on-prescription scheme trialled in West Yorkshire has proved so successful that it is now ready to be rolled out across the UK, according to its local government funders.
Transport bosses in Scotland are promising a smarter travel experience after technology improvements allowed all 16 types of public transport smartcards in the country to be used across multiple transport modes and operators.
A self-driving passenger shuttle will be demonstrated at a major event in Glasgow this week showcasing connected and autonomous vehicles.
The new West Coast rail franchise, which is due to begin next month, could have competition restrictions placed on it after regulators raised concerns.
New research from the road safety charity Brake suggests almost a third of UK adults could have been involved in a collision, or had a near miss, with a vehicle on a UK road in the past year.
The editor of our sister publication, SMART Highways, was interviewed on BBC Scotland’s flagship news programme about when we can expect to see fully autonomous vehicles on our roads.
Following publication by the Law Commissions of England and Wales and of Scotland of a consultation on regulating autonomous passenger vehicles, Chris Ames spoke to Dr Wolfgang Schuster of Atkins about the issues the paper raises.
The Road Safety Markings Association (RSMA) has much to celebrate at its annual conference this November, which features transport minister Baroness Vere and Department for Transport (DfT) stalwart Steve Berry. Dominic Browne writes