A loophole which enables drivers using their mobiles to escape prosecution if filming or taking photos is to be closed, the government said.
The government has said it will end Operation Brock "as soon as possible" after Brussels granted a Brexit delay until January 31, 2020.
The government could introduce green number plates to promote zero-emission cars - but the opposition has labelled the plans a "gimmick".
Drivers who refuse to buckle up could be handed penalty points in addition to a fine as part of a suite of tougher punishments.
Novice drivers could be banned from getting behind the wheel at night under a new scheme proposed by the Department for Transport.
The Department for Transport have said that fully self-driving cars will be on the roads by 2021.
A protest has been held outside the Department for Transport's head office to call for guarantees that new ferry services aimed at easing pressure on Dover after Brexit will be crewed by UK seafarers.
The policy director at the Road Haulage Association said the test at Manston Airport was not sufficient to prepare for what might happen in the event of a no deal Brexit
The Transport Secretary has been criticised by MPs for his handling of changes to rail timetables in May this year.
Transport expert Christian Wolmar has said that spending money on roads instead of railways is “pouring money down the drain”, after Chancellor Philip Hammond announced last Monday a new £28.8 billion fund to improve the UK’s road infrastructure and build new ones.
This afternoon, Chancellor Philip Hammond is expected to announce a £30 billion transport fund to improve the UK’s roads, with £420 million dedicated to fixing potholes.
The Government has been warned against turning Kent into the “parking lot of England”, over concerns about using a motorway as a holding area in the case of a no deal Brexit.
The Public Accounts Committee says redundancy payments worth £1.76 million to staff working at HS2 were a 'shocking waste of taxpayer money.'
John Stewart, the chairman of Hacan, said his group would be planning a tough series of plans at a public consultation on the third runway
The fine to be paid by Govia Thameslink Railway will be put towards funding improvements for passengers and performance
New figures show laser attacks on aircraft using Heathrow Airport rose by a quarter last year, which can be very dangerous
A drone was involved in a near-miss with a passenger jet which was preparing to land on a flooded runway, a report has revealed
Rail Business Intelligence says Department for Transport could take direct control
In his second article for talkRADIO, rail expert Tony Miles says the Department for Transport is the villain of this particular piece
Galloway says it would be 'insane' to introduce driverless trains in the current climate
Railway journalist Tony Miles explains what goes into operating train doors, and why it isn't a simple case of pushing a button or two
Southern Rail and Govia passengers are planning a protest on Thursday against the disruption caused to transport services by the company and union strikes
The Association of British Commuters has raised serious concerns as the dispute drags on
The Aslef union have announced their plan to ballot train drivers on industrial action, as strikes from the RMT union continue this week
Last week the RMT union called three days of strike action, with more planned this week, Southern Rail is asking the union for a referendum on the dispute
They hope to raise £25,000 for a judicial review into the Department for Transport and how they have handled problems with Southern Rail