We’d be lost without GPS, says head of Royal Institute of Navigation


Two things keep Britain’s navigation scientists awake at night. The first is nefarious plots by the Kremlin to bring down critical GPS infrastruc
Phillip Hammond budget 2017: implications and details for drivers - diesel, fuel duty, driverless cars, road tax and more

Budget 2017: everything drivers need to know


The chancellor of the exchequer, Philip Hammond, has announced the government’s 2017 Budget. Here's what you need to know.
Driving the Tesla Semi: the electric lorry with 500 miles of range and Autopilot

Driving the Tesla Semi, a 500-mile electric lorry


I’m sitting in the form-fitting driver’s seat of Elon Musk’s most powerful electric vehicle, flanked by high-definition touchscreens...
Uber and NASA to launch electric flying taxis 'by 2020'

Uber and NASA to launch electric flying taxis


UBER has done a deal with the US space agency to launch flying cars in cities around the world. The taxi hire company will work with Nasa to crea
Waymo is first to operate driverless cars on public roads

Waymo first with driverless cars on public roads


The driverless car is edging closer to a showroom near you.  Waymo, Google's driverless car division, is believed to have become the first compan
Racing game showdown: GT Sport v Forza Motorsport 7 v Project Cars 2 (video)

Video: GT Sport v Forza 7 v Project Cars 2


Three new racing games are battling it out this Christmas, but which is best?
The Future of Transport: The co-pilot takes over with driverless cars

The future of transport: The co-pilot takes over


The key to a driverless future is artificial intelligence, which will enable self-driving cars to take decisions like a human.
In pods we trust: enter the 700mph Hyperloop

The future of transport: In pods we trust


Underground tubes carrying passengers at speeds of 700mph may sound like a pipe dream, but Richard Branson has faith in the hyperloop.
The future of transport: In full flow — how rivers could ease road traffic

The future of transport: In full flow


Innovations such as eco-jets and floating cycle paths could soon bring a buzz back to city rivers and ease road congestion.
Opinion: If Uber is worth what the investors claim, I’ll eat my brake pads

Uber licence not renewed in London


Ride-hailing firm Uber is "not fit and proper" to be a private hire operator, according to Transport for London (TfL)...
Not fare: how Uber drivers gang up to exploit passengers

How Uber drivers gang up to exploit passengers


Uber drivers are secretly colluding to cause price surges that allow them to charge customers more, according to research seen by The Times.
Queens Speech boosts number of electric car charging points

Queen's Speech: EV chargers for motorway services


After limited driving range, the greatest hurdle to more drivers switching to an electric car is often said to be the limited number of public ch
New Chinese vehicle plant for Midlands signals dawn of electric black cab

Electric cabs on horizon as Midlands plant opens


Britain is to get two new vehicle plants in one. Geely of China has said its new factory in the Midlands will assemble hybrid black cabs and ...