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Work has begun on Luton Airport’s mass passenger transport system, which is set to cost £225m.
Technology consultants have hailed the potential of machine vision and deep learning after unveiling what they say is the world’s smartest car park, which uses existing infrastructure to monitor the availability of parking bays.
Local authorities must be involved in transport planning in the north of England to ensure increased connectivity delivers sustainable growth, planners have said.
A further 337 former employees of collapsed infrastructure and outsourcing giant Carillion will be made redundant this week.
Network Rail has submitted a planning application for a major redevelopment of Gatwick Airport station that it says will transform passengers’ experience.
Ministers have launched a package of measures designed to ‘level the playing field’ for smaller businesses bidding to win a share of billions of pounds worth of government contracts.
The Scottish Government has given the green light to proposals for major works at Ardrossan Harbour, from where ferries sail to the Isle of Arran.
A county council has said that it hopes to open a much-delayed new railway station ‘in the next few weeks’ but remains unable to give a firm opening date.
More than half of the people employed by Carillion before it went into receivership have now been found secure jobs.
Transport Nertwork has revealed some of the difficulties facing the Government's Apprenticeship Levy and reported on calls for reform. In this article Liz Garvey, HR director at FM Conway, looks at how firms can make the most of the current system.
Last week the Department for Transport published a raft of papers on how rail enhancement projects will be chosen in future, including a couple of documents on a new framework for market led proposals that look, at first sight, to be contradictory.
Ilyass Meslek, engineer at CCL, a specialist in engineered solutions for structures, discusses the design considerations for a road-over-rail replacement project in Blackpool.
With city leaders turning to the Internet of Things and data analytics, cities are currently undergoing a digital transformation that will revolutionise the way they are managed.