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Bosses at large urban transport authorities have called for faster progress towards improved transport networks, including rapid implementation of the Bus Services Act, a ‘more ambitious’ air quality strategy and more funding for active travel.
Virgin Trains has partnered with a smartphone app to allow passengers to upgrade to first class for as little as £5.
The RMT union has announced two further one-day strikes next month on Merseyrail, Northern and Southern, as well as on Greater Anglia, as a yet another new front opened in the dispute over driver only operation (DOO) and the role of guards.
Rail minister Paul Maynard was joined by transport leaders and representatives from a local hospital to launch the first tram train into passenger service on Sheffield’s existing Supertram network.
Troubled Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR) has completed its upgrade of trains on Thameslink services.
Transport for London (TfL) has confirmed that it will change the fees it charges private hire operators to register, in a move that will see Uber’s costs soar from under £3,000 to nearly £3m over five years.
Rail minister Paul Maynard has launched a further £7.9m round of funding to minimise disruption to the rail network and develop 'intelligent trains'.
The Department for Transport (DfT) should develop and maintain a publicly available national transport data catalogue and address the issue of standards for big data, a new government-commissioned report says.
The Metropolitan Police have confirmed that the explosion on a train at a London Underground station on Friday morning (15 September) in which several people were injured is being treated as terrorism.
Luc Warner, UK marketing director at the Parkmobile Group, operator of RingGo, says the AA’s recent research on cashless parking doesn’t resonate with what its customers are doing.
Two deaths involving cyclists made the headlines this summer, reawakening some long-running debates about cycle safety. Dominic Browne discusses when does good safety advice end and victim-shaming begin?
Do we need tougher rules on the certification of highways products?
The first in a series of podcasts in the run up to the ITS World Congress in Montreal in late October.