The European Commission has invested 5.4 billion EUR in 135 infrastructure projects across the EU to promote sustainable future transport.
UN Regulation No. 157 has extended the maximum speed limit for Automated Driving Systems (ADS) to 130 kilometres per hour.
A consultation has been launched on plans to expand London's ULEZ to Greater London to help improve air quality in the UK capital.
The UK government is assuming the presidency of the International Transport Forum to provide cleaner, safer transportation.
Over 200 million GBP in UK government funding will be invested in a zero-emission road freight trial programme.
The US DOT's Federal Highway Administration has announced a new Carbon Reduction Program with 6.4 billion USD in funding.
The UK has launched the Zero Emission Flight Delivery Group to advance the development of battery and hydrogen-powered flights.