• Coach and bus fleets need to seriously consider updating their vehicles to Euro 6 standard as widespread low emission zones are predicted for the future

  • The newly refreshed Driving for Better Business campaign will help fleets to understand and manage their road risk, writes Simon Turner

  • NOx and particulate matter, noise, alternative fuels, tyres and fuel management all come under the spotlight in the updated standard from the Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme

 Latest News

The mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has unveiled his long-term ambition to make the capital’s transport network greener.

Three routes in the UK are being considered for Europe’s first Hyperloop - a new form of high-speed transport technology - The Telegraph has reported.

Chris Grayling has kept his job as transport secretary following Theresa May’s post-election reshuffle.

The European First cycle hire scheme is set to see 1,000 bikes made available for public hire in Manchester and Salford.

The European Commission has announced a range of new initiatives aimed at modernising mobility and transport across the EU.

 Features

Paul Attenborough, account manager for transport technology provider Trapeze Group speaks about how transport companies can benefit from new business processes

Coach and bus fleets need to seriously consider updating their vehicles to Euro 6 standard as widespread low emission zones are predicted for the future

The newly refreshed Driving for Better Business campaign will help fleets to understand and manage their road risk, writes Simon Turner

NOx and particulate matter, noise, alternative fuels, tyres and fuel management all come under the spotlight in the updated standard from the Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme

What role will electric vehicles, renewable energy and smart grids play in the ever‑transitioning 21st century city? Robert Evans, CEO of Cenex, investigates