• MaaS Scotland is a new organisation dedicated to supporting the growth of Mobility as a Service. Kate Armitage explains how this exciting new technology will revolutionise travel

  • With research citing that accidents and emissions are reduced on smart motorways, Alex Dalton from Northgate Vehicle Hire examines what the future plans are for this technology

  • The maxim ‘a stitch in time saves nine’ could not be more appropriate when it comes to road winter maintenance, writes Howard Robinson, chief executive of the RSTA

  • Platooning trials funded by the government will see three partially-autonomous lorries travel in a convoy on UK motorways. Transport Business finds out what the environmental benefits will be

  • Gatwick has become a carbon neutral airport for its ground operations. Transport Business talks to the airport's Rachel Thompson to find out how its use of electric and hybrid vehicles has helped achieve this

 Latest News

The Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has announced plans for the next stage of his measures to help tackle London’s air pollution with the early introduction of the Ultra-Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) in central London from 8 April 2019.

HS2 Ltd has revealed the shortlisted bidders to deliver Britain’s next generation of state-of-the-art high speed trains

BMW Group, Daimler AG, Ford Motor Company and the Volkswagen Group with Audi and Porsche have announced joint venture IONITY that will develop and implement a High-Power Charging (HPC) network for electric vehicles across Europe.

Local authorities have been urged to make sure that they meet the deadline for funding from the government’s £30 million Clean Bus Technology Fund.

Southern Rail to upgrade its EV network

Southern Rail has signed a deal with Pod Point to upgrade its current stock of 48 units across 23 of its stations.

 Features

MaaS Scotland is a new organisation dedicated to supporting the growth of Mobility as a Service. Kate Armitage explains how this exciting new technology will revolutionise travel

With research citing that accidents and emissions are reduced on smart motorways, Alex Dalton from Northgate Vehicle Hire examines what the future plans are for this technology

The maxim ‘a stitch in time saves nine’ could not be more appropriate when it comes to road winter maintenance, writes Howard Robinson, chief executive of the RSTA

Platooning trials funded by the government will see three partially-autonomous lorries travel in a convoy on UK motorways. Transport Business finds out what the environmental benefits will be

Gatwick has become a carbon neutral airport for its ground operations. Transport Business talks to the airport's Rachel Thompson to find out how its use of electric and hybrid vehicles has helped achieve this