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Barnsley and Doncaster councils refused to back a Sheffield city region devolution deal at a crunch meeting of all four south Yorkshire leaders on Monday morning.
The West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) has agreed a £3.4bn transport blueprint for the coming decade, with an additional, albeit currently unfunded, £165m programme to deliver new cycle networks.
Highways England has appointed Knight Architects, along with engineering consultant WSP, to design bridge crossings for the proposed new A27 Arundel Bypass.
The Government has told councils the number of homes it thinks they need to deliver every year as part of Whitehall plans to boost housing.
Galliford Try will in future avoid large, fixed-price infrastructure projects after construction losses, including two high-profile schemes in Scotland, made an £89m hole in its profits.
Edinburgh City Council’s former leader has claimed the council was ‘deliberately denied’ access to important information by its arms-length company that was managing the delivery of one of the city’s biggest projects.
Senior councillors and directors have expressed scepticism that 100% business rates retention will bring benefits, according to analysis from the respected Institute for Fiscal Studies.
The Government must maintain a ‘laser-like’ focus on infrastructure investment to deliver post-Brexit growth, including upgrades to major roads under the ‘High Speed North’ plan, civil engineering contractors have said.
East Yorkshire-based Local Transport Projects (LTP) has won a place on the exclusive £968m Scotland Excel Engineering and Technical Consultancy Framework Contract.
Luc Warner, UK marketing director at the Parkmobile Group, operator of RingGo, says the AA’s recent research on cashless parking doesn’t resonate with what its customers are doing.
Two deaths involving cyclists made the headlines this summer, reawakening some long-running debates about cycle safety. Dominic Browne discusses when does good safety advice end and victim-shaming begin?
Do we need tougher rules on the certification of highways products?
The first in a series of podcasts in the run up to the ITS World Congress in Montreal in late October.