This presentation will discuss recent work at Blu Wireless on exploiting the large amounts of spectrum available at millimetre wave frequencies (notably 57-71 GHz) for improved wireless connectivity for road and rail transportation. Two recent projects will be described. Firstly, how millimetre wave communications is being applied to deliver gigabit grade connectivity to trains in order to improve passenger internet-based services. Secondly, the ‘Autoair’ project, one of six DCMS funded 5G Test Bed projects, aimed at 5G connected vehicle mobility applications will be described. Here a network of millimetre wave nodes has been deployed around the two mile high speed bowl at the Millbrook proving ground to support high speed gigabit level track to car (and train) applications.