When it comes to the EU referendum, Britain’s government officials have been at war with each other. That’s only to be expected though – they can’t even decide on what they want from the London transport industry.
Automotive giant Jaguar Land Rover has launched InMotion, a new startup arm of the business that will use tech to develop mobile services designed to solve issues faced in the transport industry.
Operators from London’s taxi industry have come together for a plan that looks to revolutionise the city’s black cab, making them faster, smarter and greener, and they’re calling on Boris Johnson’s replacement to support the cause.
Britain’s capital is finally set to experience the delayed night tube, as 84 per cent of Rail, Maritime and Transport Union (RMT) members have agreed to the terms offered by London Underground – following failure to launch for the Rugby World Cup on 12 September 2015.
Fine food lovers will be able to taste cuisine made by cooking gods as luxury hospitality and leisure firm Belmond has recruited a handful of celebrity chefs to produce exclusive dinners on board its premium vintage train throughout the year.
A report has found that when it comes to business aviation, there’s a soaring demand for private jets and skiing trips in key UK and European markets. If you're looking for a corporate trip, we've got insights on the hotspots.
In a campaign supported by business secretary Sajid Javid and transport secretary Patrick McLoughlin, the British government has committed a £20m investment to driverless car technologies to improve the country’s productivity and infrastructure.
easyJet has set course to prove the sky is the limit without a glass ceiling in place by introducing the Amy Johnson Flying Initiative, which is designed to boost the number of women taking on the role of commercial airline pilot.
Thanks to roadworks, service interruptions and other delays, the morning commute can be an unpredictable and frustrating experience, even at the best of times. Here are five excellent reasons to ditch the car and tube in 2016 and cycle to work.
After its first product, the Laserlight, went down a storm on Kickstarter and helped propel the business into the cycling limelight, Blaze faced the ominous task of doing it all again. Founder and CEO Emily Brooke told Real Business how the team went about this.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) has removed a set of ads featuring Nazi and Imperial Japanese insignia from New York City subway cars after a campaign prompted criticism on social media and the state governor asked the agency to remove the displays.
The UK's business leaders are in agreement that HS2 will be great for companies across the country, but almost half believe that operations should begin in the North – not London.