A national consultation may (legally) bring e-scooters to UK cities.
Radical thinking in Greater Manchester's cycling and walking plan could direct cities away from car-focused infrastructure.
HS2 will provide an economic boost to cities in the north and midlands of England.
There's still a long road ahead in the electric car revolution. But Australia can learn from New Zealand's policies to boost electric car sales.
Whether you like or hate them, the way transport operates in cities needs to change.
The privatisation of the UK's railways has been fraught with problems but it can't get any worse for Northern's passengers.
More workplaces are allowing employees to telecommute, but there are still barriers to more flexible arrangements.
Transport modelling has been tarnished by its use to justify the predetermined projects politicians favour. But, if used more transparently, it's a valuable tool for planning our future cities.
Delivery companies are constantly learning from past mistakes to better serve customers, but they neglect crucial energy, mobility and health issues.
Just 1kg of hydrogen can power a split-cycle air conditioner for 14.5 hours. The possibilities are endless - and now we have a plan to get there.
In major cities around the world, dockless scooters and bikes are everywhere, yet the companies themselves are often breathtakingly short-lived. Basic economic concepts give us clues why.
A whole range of social and technological changes could revolutionise how we travel in the coming decades.
Small regional flights will soon start going electric but batteries are unlikely to ever fully power large airliners.
Malawi must change its diplomatic approach and align its national interests with Mozambique's
It's hotter and more crowded on the Underground but some things have got better for commuters.
The future of zero-carbon transport starts today. First stop, Britain's railways.
Electrifying transport needs bigger changes than another high-end electric car.
We need to create a transport system that is zero carbon – and socially just – in only a few years. We just need to recognise that it's possible.
We can't decarbonise the whole transport sector with just batteries - sustainable fuels are essential.
Parcel and courier delivery vehicles are often blamed for traffic congestion in our cities. But they're only a fraction of the traffic caused by tradespeople and other services.