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Chairman of Network Rail, Sir Peter Hendy, has revealed some of the discussions taking place at the top of government about the future of the rail sector.
Balfour Beatty has said it anticipates strong growth in key markets, including transport infrastructure and services.
The transport sector will face increasing levels of scrutiny and more legal action over large carbon-intensive infrastructure schemes, a senior figure at Friends of the Earth has predicted.
Network Rail and its contractors have completed work over the winter to restore the world-renowned Ribblehead viaduct in North Yorkshire.
The Institution of Civil Engineers has questioned whether Britain’s model of planning and prioritising – as led by the National infrastructure Commission – 'is as effective as it could be'.
The prime minister's levelling up agenda has had a rocky start after official figures from his first year in charge show major disparities in regional transport spending, with the Midlands and the North losing out again.
The Government could face legal action over its ‘troublingly opaque’ allocation of the Levelling Up Fund.
Truro has secured £23.6m from the Towns Fund, which the Government said would boost the local economy, support transport schemes and create jobs and new homes.
The Department for Transport (DfT) has advertised for a new chair of HS2 Ltd - a part-time role worth £200,000 a year.
After a tragic loss of life at Eden Park station in south east London, Clive Wood, lead regional policy and campaigns manager for Guide Dogs, calls on all transport operators and authorities to act on tactile paving.
Transport Network speaks to Christina Calderato, head of transport planning at Transport for London, about where its recently launched Direct Vision Standard and permit scheme for HGVs fits in with its wider efforts to make the capital’s streets safer.
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.
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.