Tag : Transport Committee
The Government should look at introducing tougher penalties for all mobile phone usage behind the wheel – including banning hands-free devices, starting first with public sector … Read More »
More leadership and ambition are required to champion walking and cycling in England, according to the Transport Select Committee, which has issued a new report – … Read More »
The extreme state of disrepair of the English local road network will only be sorted by a ‘front-loaded’ five-year funding settlement.
The Transport Committee has launched an inquiry to explore the problems of pavement parking in England and consider possible solutions – including a ban.
New Mobility as a Service (MaaS) platforms could ensure a ‘transport revolution’ for fleets and drivers but only if the Government brings practical support and leadership.
The Transport Committee has launched a new inquiry into the funding and governance of local roads in England in a move to encourage the Government to … Read More »
The current 2040 target to end the sale of conventional petrol and diesel cars must be brought forward to help deal with an “air quality catastrophe”.
The Transport Committee has reiterated its call for the Government to take action on compensation for owners affected by ‘Dieselgate’ as it publishes latest correspondence from … Read More »
Train fares are to increase by 3.4% on average from 2 January, representing the biggest increase since 2013.
The Transport Select Committee is investigating ways to launch an all-encompassing transport app, aimed at making shared and public mobility as easy as using a car.
The Government has been accused of ignoring safety concerns over all lane running as it says such schemes are “as safe as a standard motorway”. Earlier … Read More »