Cardiff council has approved a five year plan which will invest in bus services and discourage private car use.
Road changes will be developed to speed up bus flow and a new terminus at Central Square is going ahead, although the council acknowledge 80% of commuters use cars and no extra provision is being made for them.
The Mobility Roadshow is returning 25-27 June, to Donington Park, Derby.
The Mobility Roadshow is the UK’s premier consumer-focused event, showcasing products and services to help maintain independent mobility.
The Independent Garage Association is opposing a plan by the EU to exempt vehicles over 30 years old from undergoing annual MoT examinations.
The garage group says vehicles over 30 years old but not registered before 1960, the current cut-off point for tests, are still in daily use and subject to normal wear and tear.
Tesla has opened a new Pop-Up Store and Supercharger in Bristol.
Both are located at the Mall at Cribbs Causeway just off the M5. The Pop-Up Store is located on the ground floor, unit 25 in the Mall.
During 2013, 4,359 ultra-low emission vehicles were introduced to UK roads.
Of this, 3,625 of the cars and vans were eligible for government Plug-in grants – 47% more than 2012.
Suppliers and car makers have entered into non-disclosure agreements with claimants in the current spate of air-bag explosions in a bid to lessen payouts, say lawyers.
Details of settlements have been with-held when out of court agreements are reached, reducing costs and information about the incidents.
Stakeholders are invited to participate in a workshop to help shape an important Highways Agency project on dynamic wireless power transfer.
Dynamic wireless power transfer – enabling electric vehicles to be powered from the road while driving – could provide an important opportunity to support and accelerate the introduction of EVs in the UK.