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  • Transport Secretary Grant Shapps set out his vision for the future of transport in the north of England at the Transport for the North summit in Manchester

  • Claire Haigh, CEO, Greener Journeys, sets out why the UK has a major role in setting the international course on climate change, by hosting COP26 this autumn. That includes making a major switch from private to public transport, with buses at its heart, and says "Government must pull the big policy levers"
  • Collaborations and consolidation in global auto industry will continue in 2020, says David Leggett, Automotive Editor at GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company
  • It’s tough for council policymakers as they try to introduce clean air zones. Introducing regulations restricting diesel vehicle access, while running municipal fleets powered by diesel, are seen as hypocritical and undemocratic. The answer is not about the type of fuel, but the van's real-world emissions, argues AIR


  • What's the future for low-carbon Light Commercial Vehicles (LCVs) and last mile logistics? James Courtenay-Evans, Managing Director Transport, Lloyds Bank and Chris Chandler, Principal Consultant, Fleet Consultancy, Lex Autolease explore the issues

  • Motoring Journalist Quentin Willson speaks with the Lex Autolease panel of industry experts regarding new Clean Air Zones and how they will impact UK business.
  • The UK has become the first major economy in the world to pass laws to end its contribution to global warming by 2050. Energy and Clean Growth Minister Chris Skidmore MP explains why he has signed the UK up to the tough commitment

  • What do people think about how their transport is powered, and how does it affect their decisions. Transport Focus CEO Anthony Smith examines the evidence

  • Why the transition to low-carbon transport will be exciting...

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    The changes needed over the next decade have many complex dimensions and uncertainties. But among the challenges and risks come opportunities...
  • Former Transport for London MD, Leon Daniels OBE argues that the move to autonomous vehicles will ultimately save lives, compared with error-prone human drivers