News: August 2011
Free Transport for London (TfL) and London 2012 workshops in the Capital for small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) and multi-site businesses in 2012 transport hot spots.
'TfL is working with... Read on »
Depending on the weather, up to 16 million vehicles are likely to hit the road this bank holiday weekend.
Traffic will build up from mid-afternoon on Friday (26 August) as people take advantage of... Read on »
Brighton train passengers are to have their own equivalent of the Oyster card as they test a new smart card called the Key.
The trial is being run by Southern on trains between Brighton and Seaf... Read on »
Applications for the 2012 Eurostar Ashden Award for Sustainable Travel are now being accepted. If your organisation is delivering or facilitating sustainable travel at a local level, and is based i... Read on »
Cycling generates nearly £3bn a year for the UK economy, a report by the London School of Economics has found.
The figure takes into account factors such as bicycle manufacturing, retail and... Read on »
Riders who attend a Rider Skills Day between September and November 2011 could win a brand new motorcycle, scooter or protective clothing.
'Encouraging motorcycle and scooter riders to constantl... Read on »
RoadSafe sponsor SMMT has published the Electric Car Guide to help motorists make more informed decisions when purchasing an elect... Read on »
Space for up to an extra 8,800 rail passengers is being created on key commuter services in Birmingham, Bristol, Leeds, Manchester, Liverpool, Sheffield and Newcastle, Rail Minister Theresa Vill... Read on »
Transport Minister Norman Baker today urged commuters and businesses in London to think differently about how they travel during the Olympic Games as he marked a year to go to what is likely to b... Read on »