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Plans to charge polluting vehicles to drive in the Greater Manchester area have been referred back to government by local leaders following a wave of protests.
A new blueprint that ‘repositions’ the Scottish Government’s transport investment priorities could see new mass transit schemes for Glasgow, Edinburgh and Aberdeen city regions.
An underground station to accommodate HS2 in Manchester would deliver economic benefits worth £333m a year more than the current overground plan, new analysis has found.
Department for Transport figures have revealed that around £900,000 was spent on a study commissioned by prime minister Boris Johnson on his plans to build a fixed link between Scotland and Northern Ireland.
London must implement a pay per mile road charging system to achieve its targets for cutting toxic air and carbon emissions, according to a new report commissioned by the mayor's office.
Cycling UK's Cherry Allan says it is dismayed by the roll-out of longer lorries.
Lucie Clinch, a senior associate and knowledge development lawyer at Stewarts, addresses the legal and physical risks of micromobility.
Emily Yates of the Association of British Commuters asks whether so-called flexible season tickets are a price trap, designed to upsell rail passengers back to season tickets.
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