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Plans by the Department for Transport to close a loophole in mobile phone legislation should be broadened to address wider distracted driving issues.
One in five (22%) fatal and serious collisions could be prevented with the initial introduction of automated vehicles – potentially making them the biggest change in … Read More »
TRL’s head of impairment research Dr Paul Jackson and head of behavioural science Dr Neale Kinnear argue that the evidence base for distracted driving has failed … Read More »
Four projects that will test connected and autonomous vehicle (CAV) technology have scooped £51m in government funding.
New ‘Smart Crossing’ technology that could help make pedestrians, cyclists & drivers safer and more aware of each other has been unveiled in London.
Up to 30% of taxi and private hire journeys in the capital could be served by autonomous vehicle (AV) ride-sharing in London by 2025.
Fleets of driverless vehicles are to be trialled on UK roads and motorways in 2019 with the help of a latest round of government funding.
The Transport Research Laboratory is seeking fleets to sign up to a free pilot on tailgating that could help reduce accidents and business costs as well as develop tools for … Read More »
TRL has enhanced its sustainable mobility capabilities by integrating with Transport and Travel Research Ltd (TTR).
Drivers’ use of handheld phones has significantly increased over the last two years as attitudes towards handheld mobile use significantly relax, new research suggests.
The UK’s Transport Research Laboratory (TRL) has spoken out to highlight the safety of all-lane running schemes after the Transport Committee spoke out on safety concerns … Read More »