'On the cusp of a driving revolution': Automated driving technologies tipped to shift into the fast lane
Forty per cent of UK car sales could have self-driving capabilities by 2035 delivering a £42bn market, according to a new report from Connected Places Catapult, Element Energy, and Cambridge Econometrics
Up to 500 buses could be replaced with all-electric versions as part of government competition
Good Law Project and Ecotricity CEO Dale Vince threaten court action unless government reviews airports planning policy before the final approval process for third runway begins
Series of reports and policy documents published by the Department for Transport this week seek to advance 'future of transport' programme and spur new wave of low carbon transport innovation
Department for Transport leadership is key to avoid holding back the UK's burgeoning wind offshore power sector, argues RenewableUK's Nathan Bennett
Moving forward the phase out date for internal combustion vehicles would benefit not just energy and manufacturing industries but also the retail, leisure, and entertainment sectors, a new Greenpeace analysis argues
Transport Secretary's speech to the aviation industry on building back greener and more resilient from the Covid-19 crisis
Transport Secretary Grant Shapps accused of backtracking on support for cycling and walking in letter to councils emphasising government's support for motorists
Trials of the zero carbon HydroFLEX train kick off today in the Midlands as part of a government-backed project
Department for Transport and Highways England unveil new multi-million pound funding plans to help accelerate transition to electric vehicles
Highways England confirms latest details of government's road building and upgrades programme, despite concerns over climate impacts
Asphalt specialist MacRebur claims integrating waste plastic bags in road surfaces cuts down on landfill, emissions and improves safety
Cycle training, bike lanes, e-bikes and new active travel watchdog form part of £2bn strategy announced by Boris Johnson
Public transport 'essential' to driving economic activity, study argues, as bus operator First Group pledges zero emission fleet by 2035
PM marks first year in Number 10 with support for raft of CCS, hydrogen, green construction, space and transport projects
Minister's comments came as the Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership announced name change to reflect shift in focus to zero carbon road transport
Department of Transport announces that local authorities across the UK can apply to trial e-scooters as part of a year-long trial that will test the cost-effectiveness and convenience of the low-carbon mobility solution embraced by other European countries...
Department for Transport announces winners of rail innovation funding competition as industry urges for more support for hydrogen trains
Transport Minister Andrew Stephenson MP sets out his case for HS2, promising it will be 'one of our cleanest, greenest, and most-environmentally sustainable forms of transport'
As people slowly return to work following the government's announcement on Sunday, employers can encourage staff to embrace sustainable routes into work by launching cycle-to-work schemes, installing on-site facilities such as bike storage and showers,...
But buy-in from the business community will be critical to accelerate green transport, argues AECOM's Robert Spencer
But campaigners say the DfT must go further to actively promote the prioritisation of space for pedestrians and cyclists.
Department for Transport document places signals push to reduce private car use and promises draft net zero aviation strategy in 2020
Think tanks Common Wealth and IPPR issue joint report calling for any airline bailout to include strict climate targets