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Ministers have agreed to extend Transport for London’s (TfL) emergency funding for a further two weeks amid claims that they are pressing City Hall to extend the Congestion Charge and cut back on concessionary travel.
The Government has signed agreements valued at £78m with four 'experienced' ferry operators to mitigate the risk of disruption ‘as the UK and EU adjust to new border processes at the end of the transition period’.
The National Audit Office has published an interactive tool that compares transport accessibility to key local services across England.
Ministers have awarded Arriva a new contract to run CrossCountry rail services for three more years ‘as the future direction of rail reform takes shape’.
Former Transport for London commissioner Mike Brown has been awarded a CBE in the delayed Queen’s Birthday Honours, which have seen transport workers and others recognised for their work during the pandemic.
The Scottish Government has pledged a further £4m emergency funding for Glasgow Subway and Edinburgh Trams in response to the ongoing financial impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Transport for London (TfL) has apologised after it posted a tweet calling passengers who do not wear face coverings ‘selfish’, without acknowledging that some people are exempt from the requirement.
Ministers have come under fire after council-owned Manchester Airports Group announced plans for nearly 900 job losses, citing the end of the Government’s furlough scheme.
The Unite union has said it will to escalate its campaign for stricter safety measures on London buses after it emerged that one of its members died from COVID-19 earlier this week.
Chief executive of the Campaign for Better Transport, Darren Shirley, argues there is a chance for real change in transport and we can't afford to let it slip by.
Following the Stonehaven rail disaster, highways industry expert and former chief executive of the Institute of Highway Engineers, Richard Hayes, discusses some of the engineering and safety issues around landslips for rail and road.
Zachary Wang, CEO of Neuron Mobility, sets out some of the differences between rental and private e-scooters.
The next physical Cold Comfort Scotland event will now take place on 22 April 2021 with its place in the calendar this September filled by a new virtual event – the Cold Comfort Digital Academy.