Green light for multi-million-pound scheme to improve the A47

The Transport Secretary has approved plans to build a new dual carriageway on the A47 between North Tuddenham and Easton. The Government says it’ll help to improve safety and reduce congestion on one of the country’s most dangerous A roads. National Highways’ £200 million scheme was approved by the Grant Shapps through the granting of […]

FM Conway chosen to deliver on-street EV charging in Hammersmith

FM Conway is to install 2,000 EV charging units across Hammersmith & Fulham, providing residents, visitors and FM Conway’s rapidly growing EV fleet with more than 3,000 charging solutions across the borough by March 2023. Working with EV partner JoJu Solar, FM Conway will be operating on Transport for London’s Go Ultra Low City Scheme […]

Inverness Campus AV Pilot Project under way

The first Autonomous Vehicle passenger service pilot in Scotland is underway. The driverless pod is based at Inverness Campus and will carry passengers around the site until March next year. The regional transport partnership for the Highlands and Islands, HITRANS, is promoting the service, saying it is committed to encouraging multi-modal travel and moving away […]

Warning over hackers targetting EV charging networks

There’s a warning that Electric Vehicle charging networks could be the next target of ransomware hackers who aim to paralyse entire networks. The website NoCamels reports gangs of cyber-criminals are always looking for opportunities to exploit new technology and EV charging stations, like any device with an internet or mobile connection, are vulnerable. They have […]

Supply issues lead to drop in car sales

The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders has announced that Britain’s used car market shrank by nearly a fifth in the second quarter of the year. Chief Executive Mike Hawes has written, “As day follows night, falling used car sales were inevitable after a prolonged squeeze on new vehicle supply. SMMT’s new figures this week […]

Seminar programme launched for Cenex-LCV and Cenex-CAM

The organisers of the Cenex events in Millbrook next month have announced their seminar programme for both Cenex-LCV and Cenex-CAM. The event is for the low carbon vehicle community to address ‘What Next?’ questions for technology and market developments positioning the UK as a leader in LCV technology development and exploitation and building organisations’ awareness […]

European Commission consults on transport emissions measurement

The European Commission has launched an open public consultation on a new initiative aimed to make it easier to measure the environmental performance of different transport options. The CountEmissions EU will offer a framework for calculating transport and logistics-related door-to-door greenhouse gas emissions in a consistent way, regardless of transport mode, sector or country of […]


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