The maritime sector has been rocked in recent months by a spike in piracy.
A new Norwegian ship tunnel, described as the first of its kind and designed to bypass a highly dangerous area, has been included in the country’s latest national transport plan.
Somali pirates have hijacked an Indian cargo ship, in the second attack after a two year hiatus.
Fake rail tickets are being sold at a fraction of their real price on the dark web and then used at UK rail stations.
There’s plenty of speculation as to the future of how trains will get from one station to another.
After a couple of false starts (and then a few more) could transport tech finally be about to transform cities around the world into futuristic wonderlands?
Last week at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos thirteen company bosses thrashed out the details of a new green power initiative.