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Andrew Jepp, managing director of Zurich Municipal discusses how councils and residents can prepare for future storms.
Dana Skelley on how TfL is driving forward.
Peter Molyneux on the North's future.
How to get ahead in procurement.
Labour and the unions have criticised Government plans to require Network Rail and future franchise holders to share responsibility for track maintenance.
Scottish local government leaders have warned that any further cut to council funding would have ‘severe consequences’ for transport across the country.
Local enterprise partnership (LEP) officials have overseen hundreds of payments to companies in which they or their colleagues have an interest, according to reports.
Leeds City Council plans to invest £270m in transport improvements including building a new parkway rail station connecting to Leeds Bradford Airport and £180m for bus services.
The Government does not intend to legislate to create the National Roads Fund from 2020, Transport Network understands, in what some say is a watering down of the plans.
To mark Road Safety Week, Mike Harper, director of Highways at Stirling Lloyd, argues for a return to the fundamentals with more High Friction Surfacing.
A major new piece of research on the changing market dynamics governing highways contracts considered what influences buyer choice. Alison Bond and Professor Merlin Stone report on the findings.
The Department for Communities and Local Government’s (DCLG) consultation on the full
devolution of business rates is the first shot in a battle for the future of local government.
Adrian Tatum meets Sandeep Shingadia, head of programme
development at Transport for West Midlands (TfWM), to find out
how the metropolitan area will deliver on its huge possibilities.