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Japan: Toyota to Construct Hydrogen Refuelling Centre in Woven City

Japan: Toyota to Construct Hydrogen Refuelling Centre in Woven Ci...

Toyota and ENEOS have signed an agreement to construct a hydrogen refuelling centre at Woven City, Toyota's prototype city of the future.

Mobility Transition 2030 Evaluates the Future of Public Transport in Germany

Mobility Transition 2030 Evaluates the Future of Public Transport...

Mobilitätswende 2030 (Mobility Turnaround 2030) concluded that future public transport should be flexible and digitally networked. 

TfL Reports Record-Breaking Number of Cycle Hires

TfL Reports Record-Breaking Number of Cycle Hires

TfL's cycle hire programme saw the highest ever use of  Santander Cycles in 2021, with more than 10,900,000 hires made throughout the year.

Aerospace Technology Institute Liquid Hydrogen Concept Aircraft Unveiled

Aerospace Technology Institute Liquid Hydrogen Concept Aircraft U...

Passengers could fly anywhere in the world with no carbon emissions on board a concept aircraft unveiled by the Aerospace Technology Institute.

Winners of £3 Million Zero Emission Flight Aviation Competition Announced

Winners of £3 Million Zero Emission Flight Aviation Competition ...

Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has announced the winners of the latest £3 million competition focused on making zero emission flights a reality.

Costain Supports UK’s FlyZero Exploration into Operation of Hydrogen-Fuelled Aircraft

Costain Supports UK’s FlyZero Exploration into Operation of Hyd...

Costain has been appointed to explore the feasibility of bringing hydrogen-powered aircraft into operation by the end of the decade.

Plans for ‘Iconic’ Pedestrian-Friendly Oxford Circus Unveiled

Plans for ‘Iconic’ Pedestrian-Friendly Oxford Circus Unveiled

Oxford Circus will be transformed into two, pedestrian-friendly piazzas, as unveiled by Westminster City Council and The Crown Estate.

United Inks Agreement to Buy Aircraft from Boom Supersonic

United Inks Agreement to Buy Aircraft from Boom Supersonic

United Airlines has announced a commercial agreement with Denver-based aerospace company Boom Supersonic to add aircraft to its global fleet.

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