Richard Lutz meanders through another miasmic week
Driverless car ‘grand prix’ is world first for Britain’s motor city
Road users urged to think safety as nights draw in.
Organisers gearing up for this weekend’s big biker event.
Design aims to monitor driver mood and energy levels.
Draft maps have today been published, outlining which roads are set to be covered by the city’s 20 is Plenty scheme.
Coventry University and its successful spin-off firm Microcab are set to show off their zero-emission vehicle expertise at the 2013 Automotive Engineering Show at the NEC in Birmingham next week.
New jobs aid West Midlands’ “world-class” reputation.
Motorists are being urged by a road safety charity to concentrate at all times following the case of a driver who killed a cyclist while she was altering her satnav.
Driving in a heat wave can be dangerous – which is why DriveSafe has some simple tips for coping with this summer’s soaring temperatures.
The Government’s decision to abandon plans to raise the motorway speed limit to 80mph has been welcomed by Birmingham-based road safety charity DriveSafe.
Campaigners from Birmingham Friends of the Earth will launch their new campaign Let’s Get Moving today with a stunt outside Birmingham Town Hall.
When is a law not a law? When it’s a motoring law, argues Dave Woodhall.
Local entrepreneur recognised by the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography
An automotive design student from Coventry University is proposing an ambitious plan to improve motorsport’s green credentials
The age-old dilemma of trying to find your vehicle when parking in unfamiliar places or multi-storey car parks is now a thing of the past thanks to a Coventry innovation specialist
St. Modwen has submitted a planning application for a new phase of housing in Longbridge, Birmingham.
A prototype arctic research vehicle and a supercharged low emissions racing car are amongst the innovative designs being showcased by students
The Supreme Court has today ruled that the UK Government is failing in its legal duty to protect Brummies from the harmful effects of air pollution.
Birmingham-based motoring safety charity DriveSafe has welcomed new Government proposals to improve the safety of young drivers.
A former Coventry University student is setting his sights on breaking the record for the world’s quickest electric motorcycle.
A decision by Walsall Council not to grit any roads on Saturday 23rd March has been described by Walsall’s Labour Group as “bizarre”.
Laurence Inman has a radical plan to make roads safer – but you won’t like it.
Eclectic auction will offer a 2004 MG X-Power SV Coupé, together with everything from a Ferrari to a Buick with royal connections
Birmingham firm Queen & Crawford has been recognised by Japanese giant Honda as leading innovators in the field of design and fabrication.
Laurence Inman continues his campaign against the hypocrisy surrounding the nation’s love of vehicular transport.
Doomed, we are. All doomed. Read on to find out why.
A new study is set to investigate the fate of the 850 workers who lost their jobs when Midlands-based van manufacturer LDV went into administration in June 2009.
Talented students on Coventry University’s globally-renowned automotive and transport design course worked with the BBC’s Top Gear show to design the smallest car in the world, as driven by Jeremy Clarkson
A national Rally to Restore Confidence took place last week to encourage professionals working across all platforms within the built environment that 2013 is a year for positivity