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Police forces across the UK are carrying out the first ever National Safe Speeds Day to highlight the human cost of excessive speed and encourage compliance with speed limits.
Cycling UK has won the right to challenge a council’s decision to remove a popular cycle lane after a High Court ruling refusing permission for a judicial review was overturned.
The Competition and Markets Authority has expressed concerns over the speed in which local authorities are rolling out on-street electric vehicle charging.
Transport for London has launched a consultation on plans to drop the congestion charge in the evening 'to support London’s recovery'.
As Transport for London's lane rental scheme approaches a decade of operation, the capital's transport authority celebrated the £25m it has raised for 79 projects to improve roadworks.
The Government has agreed to review the National Networks National Policy Statement, which governs the development of major projects on England’s road and rail networks.
MPs have warned of a potential ‘not spot lottery’ for electric vehicle charging and called for a clear policy framework to ensure that industry can deliver the vehicles and infrastructure required to phase out conventionally powered cars and vans.
Lambeth Council has been forced to install security measures after vandals targeted its Low Traffic Neighbourhood schemes.
Councils have been forced to take emergency action after the heatwave caused some roads to melt in the sun.
Disability campaigner Lord Holmes discusses the ongoing e-scooter trials and growing concerns over safety and accessibility on our roads.
Emily Yates of the Association of British Commuters asks whether so-called flexible season tickets are a price trap, designed to upsell rail passengers back to season tickets.
Following the launch of the Williams-Shapps plan, Hugo Jamson, creative director at NewTerritory, argues that rail needs rethinking end-to-end if it is to continue as a viable and valued part of our transport infrastructure.
Following her recent appointment as president of Women in Transport, Dominic Browne talks to Jo Field of JFG Communications about her ambitions as president, diversifying the transport sector, and the future of the industry as we recover from the pandemic