Sadiq Khan, the Mayor of London, announced that London’s Tube network is moving a step closer to being completely powered by renewable source energy.
The new regulations will allow a one-off “amnesty” on airport slots rules, enabling airlines to plan ahead and deliver a realistic summer schedule.
The Chartered Institution of Highways & Transportation (CIHT) has elected Neil Johnstone as its new President for 2022 / 23.
Training firm wins prestigious Gold Learning Excellence Award for outstanding online Transport Manager CPC course.
The government has unveiled a multimillion-pound new plan to bolster the supply chain and create a more resilient and greener haulage sector as a part of their Future of Freight plan.
Lee has agreed to continue to support the transformation of active travel for the next 15 months through her new role.
The government is closing the plug-in car grant scheme to new orders after supporting the sale of nearly half a million electric cars.
HS2 announced the start of construction at its first ‘green tunnel’ site, designed to blend the railway into the landscape and reduce disruption for communities.
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