The Transport Research Laboratory has issued its latest annual report on the latest research taking place on connected and automated transport.
With news reports being full of discussions on the future of connected and automated vehicles as well as electric cars and healthy towns, TRL (The Transport Research Laboratory) has launched a new report which collates 18 months of research on these topics and more.
The world-renowned transport consultancy provides impartial world class research, consultancy, testing and certification for all aspects of transport from its headquarters and the recently announced UK Smart Mobility Living Lab based in Greenwich, London. The Living Lab provides a real-life test environment for connected and automated vehicles.
TRL has over 80 years of experience and currently employs a number of world-renowned experts working on all areas of transport research from traditional areas of road and vehicle safety, highway engineering and maintenance to topics such as sustainability, attitudes and behaviours, simulation and modelling, carbon reduction, standards and specifications.
The latest annual research review provides expert commentary on connected and automated vehicles, electric vehicles, healthy transport, safety and smart infrastructure. It also examines the implications of healthy transport on road networks, infrastructure and planning as the government announces its ‘healthy towns’ programme.