The EEA has published the provisional data for the average CO2 emissions from new passenger cars and vans registered in the EU, Iceland, Norway … Read more
An air cargo boom driven by demand for protective gear against the coronavirus has peaked and rates, while still 50% above normal levels, are falling … Read more
Electric bikes and scooters, dismissed before the pandemic as a curiosity or nuisance, are getting fresh traction in cities seeking new transportation options as they … Read more
Transport Committee MEPs endorsed on Monday the deal reached with EU ministers on a major reform of the road transport sector.
The revised rules … Read more
Greening the transport sector in the post COVID-19 recovery could create up to 15 million jobs worldwide
“The recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic cannot be a return to business as usual. It must be an opportunity to push the advancement of the … Read more
London’s financial district is preparing for office workers to return from lockdown by proposing the temporary closing of some main roads, even as official U.K. … Read more
The French state will help national railway firm SNCF survive the coronavirus crisis but France must drastically reduce demand for transport and Paris’ second airport, … Read more
With an investment of three and half million, Minister for Transport Ian Borg announced four new schemes for those wanting to invest in sustainable private … Read more
The Romanian government this week adopted an emergency ordinance regulating the use of electric scooters on Romania’s public roads.
Only those aged over 14 … Read more
According to a project put up for public debate by the Romanian Interior Ministry (MAI), only those aged over 14 may use electric scooters … Read more
Mass transportation strikes entered their 42nd day on Wednesday with one union representing air traffic controllers also joining the industrial action.
Unions and governments have … Read more
Over the past two weeks, eCabs, the leading passenger transport services provider in Malta, has opened up its infrastructure, logistical and operational capacity to enable … Read more
Italy’s government appeared to move closer to revoking Atlantia’s lucrative concession to operate part of the country’s motorways, with a cabinet decision expected in coming … Read more
Los Angeles is considering forcing rideshare services such as Uber and Lyft to use electric vehicles in what would be a first for any city … Read more
From January 1 2020, new powered two-wheelers will have to comply with the requirements of European emissions standard Euro 5 that entails a reduction of … Read more
Luxembourg next year will become the world’s only country to get rid of fares on all its forms of public transport.
In this, the country … Read more
Hyundai Motor Presents Vision for Human-Centered Future Cities throughSmartMobility Solutionsat CES 2020
Hyundai Motor will take the stage at CES 2020 to present its vision for mobility and cities of the future.
Hyundai will unveil its first … Read more
European Commission approves maritime transport support schemes in Cyprus, Denmark, Estonia, Poland and Sweden
The European Commission has approved under EU State aid rules five schemes to support maritime transport in Cyprus, Denmark, Estonia, Poland and Sweden. The … Read more
An handout photo made available by the Austrian Federal Railways (OeBB) shows white paint on railway tracks, at a test area near Bludenz, Austria.
The … Read more
The Independent reports “Isabelle Vanbrabant was walking home through a park one spring evening in Paris when an electric scooter crashed into her, breaking the … Read more
German railway operator Deutsche Bahn said on Wednesday it will explore a sale or public listing of its British unit Arriva, adding this would enable … Read more
The news this afternoon has been dominated by the continuation of the developing story regarding the shocking finding of a newborn child. Several … Read more