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Government unveils plan to rollout self-driving vehicles on UK roads

Dr Siddartha Khastgir, Head of Verification & Validation (V&V) of Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CAVs) at WMG, University of Warwick, says, "Research at WMG on the safety of self-driving vehicles has shown that having a strong regulatory approach can act as an enabler for the self-driving vehicle ecosystem, while also preventing unsafe technology being deployed which is key, as it provides guidance in design and performance benchmarks."

Mon 22 Aug 2022, 16:26 | Tags: technology, WMG, Transport

COP26 Cities, Regions and Built Environment: expert comment

Today's theme at the COP26 conference in Glasgow is 'Cities, Regions and Built Environment'. Read comment and opinions from our University of Warwick experts, and find out how their work contributes to reaching global climate goals.

Thu 11 Nov 2021, 10:50 | Tags: Climate change, University of Warwick, industry, WMG, climate, COP26, Transport

COP26: Experts comment on Transport Day

Today is Transport day at COP26, and experts from the University of Warwick have been commenting on the challenges faced in tackling climate change through how we travel.

Wed 10 Nov 2021, 12:28 | Tags: Research, WMG, COP26, Transport

£3bn bus boost - expert comment

"Broadly, this announcement is to be welcomed; the current bus system is delivering declining numbers of services to a smaller group of people and needs to change. However, the funding promised seems to me to be very small compared with the ambition expressed." Professor Mike Waterson comments on today's announcement of a new strategy for buses.

Mon 15 Mar 2021, 14:15 | Tags: Economics, Expert comment, Research, Britain, Transport, buses

Calculating the cost of megaprojects like HS2 - expert comment from Professor Naomi Brookes

Naomi Brookes, Professor of Complex Programme Management at WMG, University of Warwick, comments on the report which estimates another 20% increase in spend on HS2.

Mon 20 Jan 2020, 13:26 | Tags: Politics, Britain, investment, rail, Transport

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