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How to get ahead in procurement.
Surveyor's view on the Brexit vote
A looks at new in-cab technology
A new concept of a Major Road Network.
Experts give us the lay of the land
The Department for Transport (DfT) is proposing major changes to its transport scheme appraisal guidance - known as WebTAG - with plans to make the system more flexible and to integrate wider economic analysis.
Environmental campaigners have backed a warning from business and political leaders in the West Midlands that adding a runway in South East England will undermine regional airports.
A leading transport safety group has called for action after publishing a report revealing that Britain has more vulnerable road user deaths per head of population than other high-performing European countries.
The Rail Maritime and Transport (RMT) union has announced five further strikes totalling 14 days by conductors (guards) on Southern rail services after claiming ‘victory’ in a similar dispute in Scotland.
Main construction of the £1.5bn A14 upgrade scheme will begin in November this year on the A1 near Brampton.
Chris Grayling's strange £20m rescue plan for Southern Rail reveals Government micromanagement in a type of franchise we may see more of.
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.
Next week’s Highways Management 2016 – Smarter roads for the future conference will feature leading lights from the sector and an array of major companies, with a focus on modern procurement and funding issues.