Increasing the amount of ethanol in petrol sold in the UK would cut carbon emissions by the equivalent of taking 700,000 cars off the road, a report has said.
Department for Transport
Oversight of Britain’s railways should be in the hands of one individual or body which is independent of Government, according to the head of a major review.
The Government has wasted hundreds of millions of pounds on “substandard” cycling lanes which do not help riders feel safer, former Olympic cyclist Chris Boardman has warned.
People with “invisible” disabilities can now apply to use Blue Badge parking permits, the Government has announced.
Sir Richard Branson has urged the Department for Transport (DfT) to cancel all rail franchising competitions.
Labour is launching a new policy to reverse cuts to 3,000 bus routes in England and Wales.
UK transport giant Stagecoach has been disqualified from three rail franchise competitions, and a Dutch state-owned company is taking over one of its routes.
More than £200 million will be allocated to English councils to improve road surfaces, the Department for Transport (DfT) has announced.
Nearly half a million people were observed using a mobile phone at the wheel during 2017, a survey by the Department for Transport has found.
Driverless cars are a step closer to appearing on British roads after ministers announced plans to move forward on advanced trials for automated vehicles.
British expats might have to apply for a new licence and take a new test to drive in their country of residence on the continent if there is a no-deal Brexit.