TfL opens new electric vehicle charging hub in Woolwich

TfL has opened a new rapid charging hub at Glass Yard in Woolwich. The ‘petrol station’ for electric vehicles allows drivers to charge up in 20-30 minutes and with eight charging points, which means a space is more likely to be available. The facility in south London is part of TfL’s strategy to have a rapid […]

Consultation launched for new public transport interchange in Pembrokeshire

A £8m modern public transport interchange is being planned for Haverfordwest, as part of Pembrokeshire County Council’s commitment to enhancing the town and enabling people to access the centre much more easily. The scheme forms part of the South West Wales Metro project and will provide a modern and innovative transport hub, integrating all transport […]

Dyson explains why he pulled out of the electric car market

The entrepreneur Sir James Dyson has written a revealing explanation into why he decided not to push ahead with the production of his N526 electric car. Quoted from his new book on the website he describes the whole process of producing his car, and maintains it was actually an extremely good, efficient concept. “We […]

Transport watchdog calls for “fair funding deal” for London

Transport watchgo London TravelWatch has co-ordinated writing a letter alongside London First, several other organisations and elected representatives stressing to the Department for Transport “the importance of London’s transport system receiving a fair funding deal in the forthcoming three-year CSR settlement”.  The organisations say they are concerned that inadequate funding for transport in the capital this […]

Go-Ahead promises to spend at least £250m with small businesess each year

The Go-Ahead Group is promising to increase spending with small and medium sized businesses across all 12 of its UK bus and rail operating companies. In a programme aimed at helping small businesses bounce back from the pandemic, the firm says it will spend at least £250 million with SMEs each year from 2022. A […]

Major traffic signals upgrade on A23

Obsolete traffic lights are to be replaced with new, more reliable and energy-efficient equipment at the London Road/Beehive Ring Road junction on the A23 in Crawley. West Sussex County Council says existing traffic lights are reaching the end of their lifespan, with replacement parts difficult to source. Work is scheduled to start on 13 September, […]


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