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  • Net Zero Transport Board paves the way for a green recoveryTransport Secretary Grant Shapps launched the first meeting of the Net Zero Transport Board to help guide the decarbonisation of UK transport. The board will bring together high-profile leaders from a range of fields including behavioural change and policy, as well as experts from a number of prominent industry sectors including environment, science, aviation and technology. The meetings will guarantee a truly collaborative and joined up approach to tackling the wide-ranging issue of transport decarbonisation. The group, who will meet for the first time later today, will provide the opportuni...
  • New TfL Commissioner inspects work to ensure transport network is cleaner than ever and keeps Londoners safeAs shops, pubs, restaurants and other venues begin to open across London as lockdown restrictions are gradually eased, Transport for London’s (TfL’s) new Commissioner - Andy Byford - today saw some of the new measures underway to make the transport network cleaner than ever.  Having just taken the helm of London’s transport network, Byford joined the Deputy Mayor for Transport, Heidi Alexander, to see deep cleaning work taking place at Southwark station ahead of its reopening on Monday. They saw some of the huge range of cleaning and hygiene measures that have been intr...
  • Space Agency backs space-enabled drones to deliver Covid-19 testing kitsScience Minister Amanda Solloway has unveiled details of the three new projects that have been selected as part of a joint initiative between the UK Space Agency and the European Space Agency (ESA) to find and support space-enabled technologies and services that can support the NHS response to coronavirus. Space company Skyports will be working with NHS Highland, which serves a group of islands off the west coast of Scotland, to use drones to deliver medical supplies and samples from a hospital on the Argyll and Bute mainland. Drones will use mobile connectivity, satellite communications and...

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  • TfN: New Director for Integrated and Smart Travel programme Transport for the North have today (July 10th) announced the appointment of Jeremy Acklam as the new Director for its Integrated and Smart Travel (IST) programme. Jeremy joins TfN with a strong track record working in the smart travel sector. Most notably he co-led the development and launch of...
  • New TfL Commissioner inspects cleaning efforts Today (July 10th), Transport for London’s (TfL’s) new Commissioner, Andy Byford, saw some of the new measures underway to make the transport network cleaner than ever.    Byford was joined by Deputy Mayor for Transport, Heidi Alexander, to the work taking place at Southwark...


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