The government knows that its airport plans will cancel out all its efforts to tackle climate change.
The most miserable of transport modes, the coach, could be used to transform the way we travel.
Until we stop flying
The car is turning us into a nation of libertarians
Why are we still exposed to pollution that kills 39,000 a year?
Even the government’s private finance success story turns out to be a roaring failure
The adoption of biofuels would be a humanitarian and environmental disaster
With only a little tweaking, Labour’s congestion plans could also solve the speeding problem
Any government concerned about global security and climate change should be banning 4x4s
The centenary of the Wright brothers’ flight should be a day of international mourning.
Britain is turning into one big runway, thanks to publicly subsidised misery
Local economies will prosper only by cutting their global links
The purpose of the Hastings bypass is to increase congestion on the South coast, paving the way for a motorway
Farmers should be campaigning for more expensive fuel
This week’s train crash is the result of decades of political engineering
If Britain is serious about defence, it should invest in renewable energy
The British motorist has never had it so good
It’s the only logical way forward for Britain’s transport
The perils and pleasures of ten years without a car.