‘Pay-per-mile charging is good as long we have the right roads and it doesn’t disincentivise EV takeup’

That’s the suggestion of motoring broadcaster and transport campaigner Quentin Willson who spoke to ELN about the benefits of a proposed road pricing scheme

AA President raises concerns over government’s announcement for self-driving vehicles

That’s the suggestion from AA President Edmund King who spoke to ELN about the pros and cons of the new technology

Look mum no hands! Self-driving cars to hit the UK streets by year-end

The self-driving technology will enable vehicles to reach speeds of up to 37mph on motorways

UK launches £120m scheme for zero-emission buses

The funding is forecast to support up to 500 zero-emission buses

MPs call for 30-year rail electrification programme to cut emissions

The Transport Select Committee stresses that electrification is the only immediate viable decarbonisation option

New funding launched to help Coventry become ‘UK’s first’ all-electric bus city

The £50 million Department for Transport funding aims to see only electric buses in the streets of Coventry by 2025

‘UK’s first’ hydrogen transport hub in Tees Valley secures £3m funding

The hub will be a living lab to investigate the role of hydrogen in the decarbonisation of the transport sector

Driverless cars with automated lane-keeping technology to hit Britain’s streets from late 2021

Britain could become the first country to introduce the technology that allows drivers to take their hands off the wheel

All aboard! UK’s first hydrogen-powered train starts trial journeys today

The DfT says the technology deployed in the train will be available by 2023 to retrofit current in-service trains to hydrogen

Government announces £12m to turbocharge UK’s EV transformation

The funds will be shared by projects which make use of the most innovative EV technologies, including one that promises a six-minute battery charge