Oxford Street is one of the busiest and most polluted roads in London but it’s seen a 47% reduction in daily average harmful nitrogen dioxide levels in recent weeks. In fact, it’s hard not to notice how much cleaner the air has become in the country’s urban centres. This is taking place all over the world too: […]
Back in January, we revealed that Plexal’s innovation team was working with Transport for London (TfL)
Since the Olympic Games wrapped up in 2012, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park has become a hotbed for innovation in mobility.
Transport is one of the world’s biggest causes of emissions. But while we have a massive opportunity to usher in a decarbonised mobility future, we must win the hearts and minds of the public.
Opening the SMMT Future Mobility Challenge at Plexal, Freeman addressed the coming revolution in mobility and laid out his tech-friendly and people-centric vision for the sector’s future.
Cleaner than cars, less sweat-inducing than cycling and faster than walking, electric scooters promise to shake up the way we get around cities.
rt for London (TfL), London Councils and our utilities partners worked with nine innovators to find solutions that could improve the way roadworks are carried out.
Back in March, the Department for Transport launched its new urban mobility strategy at Plexal, which set out its vision and plan for supporting mobility innovation and covered everything from regulation to testbeds.
Back in October 2018, we announced an open call for entries for London RoadLab: a 10-week programme aimed at sourcing new tech solutions that could minimise the impact of roadworks.
Get on your bike: seems simple enough, but why aren’t more people taking up cycling in the UK?
gonex is a startup that believes the future of cars is shared. And just like Netflix has made the idea of buying a DVD for life obsolete,
Applications are open now for London RoadLab: a 10-week programme aimed at developing tech-led solutions to minimise the impact of roadworks.
Bird, the electric scooter rental unicorn and Plexal member, has officially arrived in Britain.
Global cities face many of the same challenges, from air pollution and population growth to increasing levels of inactivity and a city that is accessible to all.