Electric vehicle sales continue to reach an all-time high says the Government

Electric vehicles (EVs) have more than doubled in the north of England, revealed through new figures released this week, as the government’s drive towards cleaner, affordable travel boosts tens of thousands of green jobs across the UK.  New statistics show the UK’s transport revolution is well underway with EV registration numbers in the north of England rising […]

Transport decarbonisation could provide major boost to local economies

Transport decarbonisation could result in a multi-billion pound boost to local economies across the country, according to a new report. The Association for Renewable Energy and Clean Technology (REA) and Hitachi Energy’s report – ‘Decarbonising Transport: Enabling local energy solutions’ – is an analysis of the energy requirements to deliver Net Zero transport systems in local areas […]

New car club service launches in Norwich

A new transport option has arrived in Norwich after a car club launched a joint venture with Norfolk County Council. Enterprise Car Club has taken over the running of the city’s existing car club, which has been in operation since 2010, as part of a commitment to bring sustainable transport options to Norfolk. The car club is a membership service […]

A4 east/west cycle highway route – funding announcement

Slough Borough Council’s transport planning team has secured grant funding to develop a major cycle route across the borough. A total of £10.4m has been awarded from the latest round of the Department for Transport’s (DfT) Active Travel Fund, representing full funding for the scheme. The promotion of Active Travel is one of the core […]

Funding for transport projects to help tackle loneliness

Funding has been awarded to 12 organisations across England with the aim of understanding how transport can play a role in helping people who are feeling lonely. Pilot projects receiving a share of the £5 million funding include support for older people using public transport after the pandemic, autism awareness training for staff across the transport […]

Nominations open for “bigger and better” ITS (UK) Awards

The brightest and best innovators in the country’s transport technology industry are being urged to enter the 2022 ITS (UK) Awards, as the nominations process gets underway. There are eleven awards up for grabs this year, as the UK’s Intelligent Transport Systems industry association significantly expands its event to better recognise the huge contribution technology […]

National Highways hails “feat of engineering” as Spaghetti Junction turns 50

National Highways is marking the 50th birthday of the iconic Spaghetti Junction on the anniversary of it first opening to traffic.  The junction – known as Gravelly Hill Interchange – carries more than 200,000 vehicles each day and forms part of the M6 travelling through the West Midlands. It also links traffic travelling in and […]


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