The number of UK businesses which are using telematics vehicle tracking technology in 2016 has almost doubled since last year, according to the findings a report released by RAC Telematics.
Arriva Southern Counties’ (ASC) Northfleet depot has become the first in Arriva UK Bus to have its entire allocation of 78 buses equipped with WiFi.
The Isle of Man’s Bus Vannin is rolling out free WiFi on all its services, which is expected to be implemented on the majority of its buses by this summer.
Liquid nitrogen system expected to last for lifetime of a vehicle and can power it at speeds below 20mph Engineering and test consultancy Horiba MIRA is leading an Innovate UK consortium to develop the first […]
The UK’s first hydrogen production and bus refuelling station in Aberdeen has made its 1,000th refuel.
Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM) has chosen Corethree to build its first ever mobile application for ticketing.
Reading Buses is using Freeway’s fleet management system to capture and analyse maintenance and repair data for all its vehicles, which operate on various routes in Reading and Newbury.
The market for advanced and post lithium-ion batteries is expected to reach $14bn in 2026, according to Franco Gonzalez, Senior Technology Analyst at IDTechEx.
Q’Straint’s iQ Research Centre of Excellence has been expanded with a second facility housing what the company is calling the world’s first servo-electric full vehicle seatbelt anchorage test system, developed in partnership with VTI/Additium.
A large coalition of European partners has launched the Hydrogen Mobility Europe project (H2ME).