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Artificial Intelligence (AI) company Oxbotica has announced an ambitious new project that will deploy fully autonomous vehicles in urban areas and on motorways in the next 30 months.
Buses, taxis and cyclists could be banned from a section of London’s Oxford Street or their access restricted under plans to make create a more pedestrian-friendly environment.
Higher penalties for drivers caught speeding excessively have come into effect.
The Department for Transport (DfT) has published guidance on the adoption of roads into the public highway under the 1980 Highways Act.
The Government is seeking to delay publication of its draft air quality plan, due on Monday (24 April), on the grounds that it is prevented from doing so by the general election.
Conservationists are urging local authorities to take better care of road verges as a report reveals nearly 100 plant species are threatened with extinction.
Ministers have published a new Cycling and Walking Investment Strategy (CWIS) setting out £1.2bn of funding, including nearly £900m that they expect councils and Local Enterprise Partnerships to spend over the next five years.
Fitting older bus engines with environmental filters is a better use of taxpayers’ money than a diesel car scrappage scheme, according to a new report.
The time needed to clear the repair backlog on local authority roads in England and Wales has fallen from 14 years to 12 years, with councils spending more money on highways structural maintenance.
Following National Apprentice Week, Ian Deninson, HR director at Amey, takes a look ahead to the launch of the Apprenticeship Levy next month.
The UK is set to be the first country to address how to best handle liability and insurance for autonomous vehicles.
A brief history of the failure of rail in Wales and elsewhere, and why devolution is the answer.
Mobile is becoming increasingly important for parking companies, but they still aren’t making the most of it, writes CEO of Fonix, Rob Weisz.