The trial for ‘PEAK Express’, a hydrogen-powered net zero transport option for tourists travelling to the Peak District in the UK, starts

This net zero transport option, powered by hydrogen and generated by Air Products, could reduce 3.6 million kilograms of carbon per annum in the atmosphere for those visiting the national park. In an attempt to refuel infrastructure for a net zero carbon transport network in the Peak District National Park, a pioneering trial is taking place, where […]

Transport for the North’s Board Members set out key priorities to boost economic growth in the North and make progress towards levelling up.

Transport for the North (TfN) is today calling on the government for transport investment that will help transform the North of England’s economy and lay the foundations for sustainable future growth. The TfN Board has written to the new Prime Minister setting out the North’s urgent and immediate priorities. TfN is making the case that the North not […]

Bid for road improvements in effort to ease Port of Dover congestion

A multi-million pound bid has been made to pay for road improvements at notorious bottlenecks and enhance infrastructure at the Port of Dover to ease congestion for cross-Channel traffic. Kent County Council has called on the government for more cash to create better roads to support new customs controls for goods moving between the UK and the […]

M Group Services reports “significant progress” in environment, social and governance

M Group Services has announced what it calls “significant improvements and milestones” that have been made in its second annual environment, social and governance (ESG) report. The Group has committed to halving its carbon emissions by 2030 and being carbon neutral by 2050. This report details measures that were taken in 2021-2022 to protect the […]

Council introduces device to halt traffic for a “School Bike Bus”

A so-called “bike bus” route in the southside of Glasgow, where children ride together to and from school for safety, has been made safer thanks to a new bike-mounted, remote-controlled device that holds traffic to let the children cross in good time. In what is believed to be a first of its kind in the […]

ITS grandee wins another top award

WSP’s Head of Profession for Intelligent Transport Systems, Ian Patey, has won the CIHT Transportation Professional of the Year at its awards in London. This follows his Rees Hills Award for Outstanding Personal Contribution at the ITS (UK) Awards last year. “I find it humbling to have been nominated for this award, yet alone to […]

Aurrigo to float on AIM stock exchange

Driverless vehicle innovator Aurrigo is planning to float on London’s junior AIM stock exchange sometime this month. The website Market Watch has spotted an announcement on AIM, although the number of shares on admission and issue price remain to be confirmed. Aurrigo designs, engineers, manufactures and supplies OEM products and autonomous vehicles to the automotive, […]


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