HORIBA MIRA publishes cybersecurity white paper

The automotive engineering consultancy, HORIBA MIRA has published the first in a series of four industry White Papers that it says will help guide vehicle manufacturers and the tiered automotive supply chain to navigate the systemic changes required to meet the new cybersecurity regulation and standards. It says cybersecurity presents one of the most formidable […]

£12 million for Welsh local authorities to make road improvements

The Welsh Government has allocated £12 million to local authorities to make road improvements across the whole country. The additional funding will allow local authorities to continue with planned highways maintenance works, boosting the economy and making active travel safer. The government said there was a need to highlight the need to make best use […]

Shapps assessing HE’s all-lane running report

The Transport Secretary has revealed he is assessing a report from Highways England about the safety of all-lane running motorway schemes, which is now being assessed. Grant Shapps has released a statement about it, repeated in full below: Since becoming Secretary of State for Transport, I have shared the concerns of many regarding All Lane […]

Thales creating new CAV cyber campus on former steelworks in South Wales

Thales and the Welsh Government have announced the next stage of development to create a living laboratory campus for cyber trust at the former steelworks site in Ebbw Vale.  The development will add two new centres alongside the National Digital Exploitation Centre (NDEC) to create ResilientWorks, a campus including research laboratories and a test track […]

Government urged to mandate alcolocks in fight against drink-driving

The Parliamentary Advisory Council for Transport Safety, PACTS, is urging the Government to introduce alcohol interlocks , known as “alcolocks”, as soon as possible for drivers convicted of drink driving. In a new report, it says this would reduce the high level of reoffending and cut the number of deaths and injuries that result. Alcohol […]

Go Ultra Low Oxford project chargers to be upgraded

Oxford City Council is upgrading its Go Ultra Low Oxford project to improve the reliability of the EV chargers following trial results. Transportandenergy.com reports the council is currently assessing the feedback from phase one and is exploring how it can improve the trial during its second phase. Go Ultra Low Oxford aims to promote electric […]

Scotland’s first biomethane refuelling station promises low-carbon HGV deliveries

Renewable energy firm CNG Fuels has started building Scotland’s first public access renewable biomethane HGV refuelling station, which it says will allow fleet operators to run their vehicles on low-carbon fuel, support net zero plans and save money, the company announced today. The station near Glasgow is anticipated to refuel up to 450 lorries a […]


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