More young people are applying for provisional licences but fewer going on to get full licences, says the RAC after looking at DVLA data.
There has been a 13% decline in tests taken over the previous 12 months but it’s a massive 29% down since 2007.
The Wales economic committee wants priority given to easing congestion to ensure better bus services.
It has told the Welsh Government that services and passenger numbers have steadily declined along with reliability due to traffic jams and wants better planning and funding.
Bow Street railway station is to be re-opened, over 50 years after it was closed by the Beeching Cuts.
The UK Government’s Department of Transport will give £4M towards the reopening and Welsh Government must find another £2.8M as part of its plan to improve public transport in Aberystwyth and reduce traffic jams.
UK car production continues to fall for a third month in June.
It dragged down H1 output by 2.9% over the same time in 2016 after a 13.7% dip in British plants in June but models for exports are still strong and the SMMT is now reconsidering what the end of year figures might be.
Porsche has followed Mercedes-Benz by announcing its going to put factory team into the Formula E electric championship in 2019.
Audi will also compete in the series alongside cars from BMW, Jaguar, Renault, Citroen and Mahindra, of India.
Fiat and Bulgari have formed a partnership where 1,600 miniatures of the iconic 500F from the late 1960s will be exhibited in the jeweller’s 300 showrooms worldwide.
The Roman Holiday campaign expresses the gioia di vivere of Italian taste and style.
The forthcoming Vauxhall Grandland X SUV will feature driver drowsiness alert when it goes on show in Frankfurt 14-24 September.
It features visual and audible warnings which intensify if the driver does not respond to the alerts.