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Bus News
BYD has announced solutions for electrifying Hong Kong City’s public transport with plans to replace diesel buses and LPG taxis in a bid to... continue
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Bus News
Six all-electric buses just put in service by Arriva in the national park of Schiermonnikoog in the Dutch province of Friesland have become the first... continue
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Technology News
Eleven organisations have come together to put the case for more electrification of public transport, bringing together all the modes from rail to... continue
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Technology News
Ford, Renault-Nissan and Daimler have agreed to jointly develop a fuel cell system in a bid to bring forward mass-market zero-emission vehicles. The... continue
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Technology News
The world’s first ‘ultra-low emissions zone for cars, buses and lorries is set to be introduced in central London in a bid to improve air... continue
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Technology News
The European Commission has unveiled an ambitious package of measures to ensure the build-up of alternative fuel stations across Europe with common... continue
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Rail News
Long-term targets to further improve the environmental performance of the rail sector are outlined in a new brochure published by the International... continue
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Viewpoint
Libor Lochman
Energy  use in transport is currently far from being sustainable. Across Europe, energy consumption for passenger and freight transport has... continue
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Cover Story Detail
The public transport industry makes surprisingly little numerical play on its carbon credentials, but carbon calculators can demonstrate to potential... continue
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Environment Lead Story
With dense populations and small footprints, urban areas offer one of the most fertile grounds for promoting sustainable transport, yet transport... continue
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Cover Story Detail
Daniel Wright
There was considerable media coverage earlier this year when the UK’s Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders published its 2012 New Car CO2... continue
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Environment Lead Story
At Arriva’s UK bus division, a £1.5m programme is being initiated to reduce use of energy and utility resources. The programme has been... continue
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Environment Lead Story
Continuing economic uncertainty and spending restraints have depressed the UK bus vehicle market, but the industry has had one bright spot from the... continue
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In brief
First Capital Connect is offering reduced car park tariffs to customers with low emission vehicles. Customers paying for parking using the RingGo... continue
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In brief
The transport charity Campaign for Better Transport has welcomed the Department for Transport’s new Decision Making Review. But it warns that... continue
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Cover Story Detail
1. Regenerative braking. It was a significant breakthrough in 2008 when, working closely with Network Rail and train builder Bombardier, Southern... continue
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Bus News
EU funding has enabled Transport for London to make provision for three more hydrogen buses that will enable an entire bus route in London to use... continue
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Politics Lead Story
Robert Jack
This month will see the start of the party conference season and the case for supporting public transport will be put forward at fringe meetings in... continue
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Bus News
Optare has confirmed that diesel-electric hybrid versions of its Solo and Versa models have successfully completed certification trials to satisfy... continue
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Projects
The first of five zero-emission hydrogen hybrid Fuel Cell buses for Transport for London has commenced commissioning trials at the Millbrook Proving... continue
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