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Train drivers and activists demand better public transport in Scotland
Cheaper public transport would be good for the climate and the economy, Scottish activists argue.
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High-speed trains are the cheapest in this European country
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Germany has blocked the final approval of a legislation that will impose a 100% reduction in CO2 emissions on new cars and vans sold after 2035.
Why aren’t there more night trains in Europe?
Sleeper train companies say infrastructural and bureaucratic obstacles need to be overcome before rail travel can really flourish.
Tech breakthrough means electric vehicles can be charged wirelessly
Copper wires as thin as human hair are helping to make inductive charging a reality, with no humans or robot arms needed.
EU delays final vote on combustion engine ban, exposing dissent
Under the proposed law, new sales of cars and vans that run on fossil fuels will be totally banned after 2035.
Amsterdam gets new underwater bike parking spots at Centraal station
Amsterdam opens two new bicycle parking facilities which are both underwater. Together they offer space for some 11,000 bikes, making it the largest storage facility of its kind in the Dutch capital.
France strikes: Bad for commuters, good for the environment?
Paris bike lane usage soars by 80 per cent during transport strikes.
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Short-haul flights are now banned in France thanks to new law
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Spanish school kids are ‘jumping out of bed’ to join this bike bus
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