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Leading representatives of the mobility services sector have collectively written to the Mayor of London to request an open discussion about the future of the Capital’s transport network and evaluate the positive role shared mobility can play in reducing congestion and emissions in London.
TfL consult on a series of changes to the congestion charge, including the hours of operation and amount charged
The BVRLA has submitted a response to the safe use rules for automated vehicles
The third webinar in the Industry Outlook series focused on post-lockdown mobility trends.
Members who could not attend the recent BVRLA webinar, focusing on mobility solutions, can now login to their BVRLA web account and view the recorded webinar online at leisure.
Putting the spotlight on mobility solutions, tomorrow’s 60-minute Industry Outlook webinar will take place live at 9am.
The Government has set out how vehicles fitted with Automated Lane Keeping System technology could legally be defined as self-driving if they receive GB type approval and there is no evidence to challenge the vehicle’s ability to self-drive.
Next week’s Industry Outlook webinar puts a spotlight on mobility solutions with Lukas Neckermann, COO and Mobility Advisor at Splyt sharing insights on what’s happening now, Covid impacts and changes in the Mobility as a Service space.
The CBI has published a 'Greener Miles' report calling for more action between government and businesses to encourage individuals to choose more environmentally friendly commuting options.
Toby Kernon, CEO of Wagonex explores some of the benefits and flexibility of vehicle subscription services and the shift in consumer behaviour.
BVRLA response to Law Commission consultation on Autonomous Vehicles