Transport Secretary Chris Grayling outlines his vision for the UK to be at the forefront of a maritime technology revolution with more autonomous vessels.
In 2015, the UK government rolled out a £400m, 5-year national programme to commercialise quantum technology.
Transport for London speaks up about what more needs to be done to boost transport innovation across London.
Government vows to save Carillion public sector contracts after banks lose faith in the construction company.
The proposed changes are aimed at making the Highway Code future ready and bring about smarter motorway cruise control.
The next generation road communications network is meant to reduce congestion, make journeys more reliable and assist drivers in times of difficulty.
Use of drones to report on incidents for quicker response and cars that can automatically transmit information on potholes are part of Highway England’s vision of the future.