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  • Cable hails driverless cars push

    Driverless cars could be on British roads by next year, the Government has announced. Vince Cable today unveiled plans for a £10m competition for cities to host a driverless cars trial. Three cities will be chosen for the pilot schemes, and ministers will also review road regulations to take account of the new technol...

Air Transport

FCO: Death of British national in Air Algerie crash

FCO press release Death of British national in Air Algerie crash It is with deep regret that the Foreign and Commonwealth Office confirms the death of a British...

Buses

Labour: Response to 'Passenger Transport in Isolated Communities'- Creagh

Labour press release Mary Creagh MP Labour's Shadow Transport Secretary, responding to the Transport Select Committee's report Passenger Transport in Isolated Comm...

Rail Transport

RMT calls for an end to political bickering over essential Welsh rail electrification

RMT press release Rail union RMT today called for an end to the party political bickering and for urgent action right at the top to stop yet another key rail mode...

Road Transport

Vince Cable: Driverless cars to put Britain's car industry ahead of the field

Vince Cable said driverless cars have “very large potential” as he unveiled Government plans to let the vehicles on British roads from January 2015. “We’re starti...

Transport Policy

Vince Cable: Driverless cars to put Britain's car industry ahead of the field

Vince Cable said driverless cars have “very large potential” as he unveiled Government plans to let the vehicles on British roads from January 2015. “We’re starti...

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