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Highways England has proposed changes to the Highway Code to improve safety on smart motorways, including advice on dynamic hard shoulders despite their upcoming ban.
Ministers have pledged to roll out ‘new and innovative’ ways of working across rail upgrade schemes, eight months after the prime minister announced a new taskforce to speed up ‘vital infrastructure projects’.
The transport user watchdog has repeated its call for more flexible rail ticketing as passengers were hit by an above inflation rise in regulated fares, but train operators have insisted that this is dependent on wider fare reforms.
London’s new Direct Vision Standard (DVS) for HGVs has come into force, aimed at tackling the issue of drivers' blind spots by employing safety permits.
Transport for London (TfL) has started work on a ‘trial upgrade’ of a stretch of cycle route in south London but has still not addressed the issues raised by the death of a motorcyclist nearly five years ago.
Steven Baylis, partner at Lime Solicitors, discusses the potential for a corporate manslaughter case.
In the first of a series of case studies, Transport Network looks at Suffolk County Council’s Live Labs project, which has used sensor technology in a quest to develop new SMART approaches across communications, materials, energy and mobility.
Even before COVID supply chains have been shortening. In the digital age and app economy, is there a new role for local?
The first ever virtual Highways Awards on 28 January was a major success with a record audience, great humour from host Colin Murray and a huge buzz on social media.