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Ministers have promised ‘swifter justice’ for drink-drivers through new roadside breathalyser equipment but the technology remains unproven and will not be introduced for at least two years.
German authorities have arrested Audi CEO Rupert Stadler as part of a probe into Volkswagen's emissions test cheating.
Scotland has achieved a major success in road safety taking the country ahead of its 2020 target for reducing road fatalities.
Amey has been ordered to pay Birmingham City Council more than £50m in compensation after the contractor lost a long-running court battle earlier this year, according to reports.
A cross-party alliance of English and Welsh city leaders has called on ministers to bring the ban on new petrol and diesel vehicles forward by 10 years.
Former director of the Department for Transport and current director of the RAC Foundation, Steve Gooding, talks about life’s hardest lessons.
The Government has announced a three-year trial under which dedicated investigation teams will be deployed to UK roads to analyse the cause of road collisions.
Westminster City Council has defended itself against accusations it has ‘betrayed’ Londoners with its decision not to make Oxford Street a traffic-free area.
Ministers have announced fines of up to £50,000 per vehicle if carmakers supply vehicles designed to cheat emissions tests, but research has found that new cars are still producing more pollution than allowed by official standards.
City of Edinburgh Council’s transport and environment convener, Cllr Lesley Macinnes, discusses how its transport plans will help create a thriving, successful and sustainable capital of Scotland.
Technology from the construction industry could offer the solution to clearing more routes faster, shifting freight from the roads and onto rail. Iain Court, director for rail strategy, and Trevor Strahan, head of BIM for BakerHicks writes.
A new blueprint for the future of high performing infrastructure has been unveiled by the Project 13 initiative, with the support of government and sponsored by the Infrastructure Client Group (ICG) and the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE). Dominic Browne reports
The head of industry finance at Siemens Financial Services in the UK says asset finance can be a driving force for the UK’s electric bus fleets