A total of 50 items listed.
The Grand Challenge
An Engineering Leadership Award holder reports on his time spent developing autonomous vehicles in California.
A Hydrogen Inspired Experience
An Engineering Leadership Award holder explores the prospects for hydrogen-technology in the automotive industry
Responses to `The Climate for Nuclear Power` and the Reith Lectures
The Bendy Bus: A Transport Revolution
Are bendy buses a viable means of transport?
What Price Speed - Revisited
The Railway Research Group, Imperial College
The evolution of transport propulsion efficiency over the last 50 years
Human mobility and transport policy
Dr David Metz
How have our travelling habits changed over the last 50 years and what does this mean for the future of human mobility and government transport policy?
Quality versus cost in transport - Finding the right blend
Transport issues are rarely absent from the daily news in the UK. Policy and ministerial inconsistency on a scale unacceptable to most organisations has led to decades of degradation in our transport system and infrastructure.
Engineering the ULTra System
Martin Lowson FREng
A system of urban public transport providing personal mobility that can be delivered using readily available technology
Best supports Jaguar Formula One in schools at Olympia
Designing, building and racing balsa wood dragsters: competition finals at the BETT exhibition in January
Catalysts: key to the quest for clean air
Robert Evans MSc
Catalytic emissions control systems have led to huge reductions in vehicle pollution, and more is yet to come
Where are we going? Land transport in the UK
A wide-ranging discussion on the state and future needs of our transport systems
Easing traffic congestion using caesium atoms
Professor John E. Midwinter OBE FRS FREng
Atomic clocks make GPS possible: adding mobile communications to GPS could reduce traffic.