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Spanish capital clamps down on electric scooters but with hundreds more planned for the city conflicts with drivers are inevitable
The tragedy killed 43 people highlighting the poor state of Italy's infrastructure, much of it built in the 1950s and 60s
Italy's populist ruling coalition showed a united front in its push to revoke concessions held by Autostrade per l'Italia to operate toll highways after a bridge it managed collapsed this week, killing 41 people.
Austria increased the speed limit to 140 kilometres per hour from 130 km/h on two stretches of one of the country's main motorways.
70-year-old Hubert Wirth is driving over 2500 kilometres to cheer on his team at the World Cup in Moscow.
The driverless truck is able to run at a maximum speed of 80km per hour and can detect a moving object 300 metres away
Life in a cab: our journalist spent 9 days trucking across Europe to uncover the human price of road transportation.
In the outskirts of Polish capital Warsaw a truck driver from Ukraine Ruslan Novikov starts the journey in his twin trailer truck.
Eight European countries are at the forefront in developing hybrid technology for vehicles with the aim of improving engine efficiency and reducing polluting emissions with the ECOCHAMPS project
The dockless bike service app has cut its operation in France following a 'mass destruction' of its fleet.
Some EU motorists spent three full days stuck in traffic in 2017.
The European Court of Justice rules that Uber should come under taxi service regulations
Roads closed, flights grounded and trains cancelled as heavy snow blankets large parts of the country.
Latest figures show new car sales in the UK heading for first yearly drop since 2011
Discover beautiful convertible Aston Martin DB11 Volante
Transport for London has stripped Uber of its licence to operate from the end of the month, over what it called the ride-hailing service's "lack of corporate responsibility".
Costing nearly 1.5 billion euros, Scotland's new Queensferry Crossing is the third bridge, one for each of the last three centuries, to traverse the Firth of Forth.
The 2.7-kilometre bridge is the third in as many centuries to link Edinburgh and the north of Scotland
Vehicle was carrying 400kg of luggage strapped to the boot and roof.
At least 36 people have been killed and more than a dozen others injured in a coach crash in northwestern China.