The Welsh Government will allocate £20 Million next year for more cycleways.
Its Active Travel investment is in addition to £274.7M for Transport for Wales rail and metro services.
Public Health Wales said 352 cases of Covid-19 were identified at the DVLA centre at Swansea since September.
Sixty-two cases have been identified at the call centre since the beginning of December despite the introduction of social distancing in the offices and hundreds working from home.
An estimated 1,500 lorries are stuck in Kent and a further 2,500 are waiting in France to come into Britain today.
The jams follow the closure of French ports to Britain amid concerns over the new CV-19 disease but politicians are hoping to negotiate a deal to lift the blockage, possibly with rapid testing of drivers.
A new electric car from Apple is being planned for 2024, a decade after the computer company first looked into the plan.
Project Titan as it’s known internally is rumoured to be powered by a new type of battery, but no official details have been released and it’s not known if the vehicle will need a driver or be autonomous.
The EU Commission has approved the $38 billion Fiat Chrysler and PSA merger and which will also boost Toyota Motor.
The European Commission said PSA will extend its small van agreement with Toyota by increasing capacity for it and cutting transfer prices for the vehicles, spare parts and accessories.
FCA chief executive Mike Manley will head the American operations of Stellantis.
That’s the new business created by the merger of the Italian and French operations.
SsangYong Motor has filed for receivership after it defaulted on loan repayment of about 60 billion won ($54.44 million).
It has seen sales plummet 20% this year, has a big debt to pay off to several international banks and the move will give it a three-months space to negotiate a bailout.