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Traffic congestion reconsidered

Despite efforts to encourage a shift to sustainable transportation, traffic congestion is often the focus of debates over mobility. Motorists endlessly demand more roads, but is this really a solution?

3 Jun 2019


Chariot shuttle service now in London

LONDON, UK - Chariot has launched its first European daily commuter shuttle service in London with four routes designed to complement the city's existing public transport system...

5 Feb 2018


FTA releases updated Drivers' Handbook for truck drivers

Freight Transport Association has published a fully updated version of its Drivers' Handbook, sponsored by Mercedes-Benz Trucks, containing key compliance information which must be provided to all drivers...

20 Jul 2017


A new mobility business model for sustainable auto innovation

New concepts in personal transport built on digital technologies could reduce the amount of cars needed on urban roads globally by up to 20 million vehicles...

25 Jul 2016


Jaguar Land Rover posts record sales in 2013

LONDON, UK: Jaguar Land Rover (JLR), the largest car manufacturer in Britain, achieved record global sales in 2013, the Indian-owned luxury car manufacturer said.

13 Jan 2014


London strike hurts bargain hunters

LONDON, UK: Strike action heavily disrupted London's Underground train network on Wednesday (26 December), as hundreds of thousands of bargain hunters headed to the shops for the traditional Boxing Day sales held by retailers throughout the city.

27 Dec 2012


Removals company launches Draw-a-Search

LONDON, UK: Rightmove is reputed to be the UK's largest property portal with more users, more advertisers and more properties than any other UK property website. It is also the ninth most popular website in the UK, generating more than 12 times more page views than its nearest competitor. To maintain its position, the company decided to enhance its website's mapping functionality with Google Maps.

30 Nov 2011


Fear of attacks strikes global transport & logistics industry

LONDON, UK: Cyber, 'hacker', pirate and terrorist attacks are expected to rise across the global supply chain over the next 20 years and firms should plan now to protect their assets, says a new PwC report.

24 Jun 2011