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blockchain in transport

Blockchain in transport on the rise

Corporate adoption of distributed ledger technologies including blockchain in transport has skyrocketed in the last few years, prompted by the convenience and user benefits...
EU motor vehicle type approval

EU motor vehicle type approval after Brexit

Car manufacturers whose vehicles have been type approved in the UK will be able to apply for new EU motor vehicle type approval after...
defeat devices

Defeat devices still prevalent in Europe’s cars

The reforms prompted by the 2015 Dieselgate scandal have not been as effective as it was hoped, with more than 1.8 million cars still...
real range

Real range tests show electric car capabilities

What Car?, the consumer magazine for potential car buyers, has released the results of its real range tests on electric cars, many of which...
Stage Intelligence

Stage Intelligence shows AI impact on bike shares

Stage Intelligence, a leading artificial intelligence (AI) platform provider, has released new data showing how AI can contribute to the growth, efficiency and sustainability...
Smart city safety

Smart city safety an ongoing concern

Smart city projects make use of data collection software and the Internet of Things (IoT) to streamline and facilitate various aspects of city life;...
EU road charge reforms

EU road charge reforms to be implemented

Under draft EU road charge reforms adopted on Thursday, the way large vehicles are charged for their journeys will change from 2023. EU Member States...
Highways England

Highways England pioneers smart highway technology

Highways England has announced new road technologies which will improve Britain’s busiest routes. The project, overseen by Highways England and implemented by Costain, will see...
Fuel labels

Fuel labels to display environmental impact

The EU has introduced a new range of fuel labels for petrol and diesel pumps. The new fuel labels, which will cover petrol, diesel, hydrogen,...
protect workers from DEEEs

Protect workers from harmful emissions – MEPs

MEPs on the EU Employment Committee and the European Council have approved revised legislation to protect workers from carcinogenic and mutagenic substances. The revision of...

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