Tuesday, July 23, 2019

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Government Europa brings you the latest Transport News from across the field of European Government Policy.

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UK cycling survey finds Britons reluctant to cycle to work

A new study has found only 7% of UK residents cycle to work, with many non-cyclers citing concerns over safety as a deciding factor. The...
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Progress on Dieselgate scandal stalls as 75% of affected cars not recalled

Only one in four of the highly polluting cars caught in the 2015 Dieselgate emissions scandal has been recalled, new data has shown. The data,...
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Barcelona public transport to become greener with EIB investment

The European Investment Bank (EIB) will finance the modernisation of Barcelona’s bus system, with a focus on hybrid and electric vehicles. The EIB has signed...
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Critical infrastructure investment is essential to rail progress

Tech consultant and IoT proponent Paul Hemlett explores the need for critical infrastructure investment in the rail sector. Railway systems and technology development have been...
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Bus crash rescue system could halve number of crash victims

Saving time and lives during the Golden Hour is the only way to halve the current number of victims of road traffic accidents. In the...
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AI in mass transportation: transforming mobility through deep learning

Optibus co-founder and CEO Amos Haggiag explains how the AI methodology of deep learning can lead to more efficient mobility. Citywide transportation is complex, especially...
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Specialist rail operatives: Dynasty Rail Services delivers for high level projects

Dynasty Rail has had an impact on some of the country’s foremost rail projects, supplying specialist rail operatives to the likes of Total Rail...
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Aviation Strategy for Europe: EU and China sign safety agreement

Following April’s EU-China Summit, the EU and China have signed an agreement to strengthen cooperation on civil aviation safety. The agreement is designed to boost...
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Autonomous car cooperative driving could reduce traffic jams

A new study has shown autonomous cars working cooperatively can reduce traffic congestion by up to 35 per cent. The research, conducted as part of...
uk green transport

UK green transport: record progress on investment, manufacturing

The UK government has declared significant levels of progress in its green transport sector after record investment in emissions reduction measures. Transport Secretary Chris Grayling...

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