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Dana Skelley on how TfL is driving forward.
Peter Molyneux on the North's future.
How to get ahead in procurement.
Surveyor's view on the Brexit vote
A looks at new in-cab technology
A senior aide warned David Cameron last autumn that the Government did not have an answer on the issue of air quality if it backed plans for a new runway at Heathrow, according to a document obtained by the Guardian.
Scotland’s transport minister has pledged to go further to reduce road casualties after a large fall in the number of road deaths in the country last year and an all-time low number of total casualties.
The Welsh local government secretary has announced over £4bn of funding for councils in a bid to provide ‘stability’.
Engineering firm Amey is installing new sensor technology into gullies in Hampshire in a trial aimed at preventing drains that are blocked with silt and waste causing road flooding.
A new report from the UK engineering profession backs the Government’s focus on industrial strategy but warns that Brexit must not restrict access to engineering skills from across Europe.
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.
Scotland’s largest road and traffic engineering conference and exhibition, Road Expo Scotland, is expanding even further this year.