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Carillion chief executive Richard Howson has been replaced ‘with immediate effect’ as the outsourcing giant reported worsening cash flows, increasing debt and a £845m writedown.
Network Rail has been forced to scale back plans to electrify rail lines across the country, while the Government is set to establish new methods for delivering rail enhancements in the wake of financial and project delivery troubles.
Network Rail has struggled with record expenditure in the last financial year, as its net debt increased by nearly £5bn and its delivery of works became less efficient.
HS2 Ltd threw away close to £2m more in redundancy payments in 2016-17 than it was allowed to by the civil service framework and despite direct instructions to not offer such generous terms from the Department for Transport (DfT).
Something odd is happening with the Department for Transport's WebTAG transport scheme appraisal guidance.
Ministers have announced the winning bidders to help build the first phase of HS2, awarding contracts expected to be worth £6.6bn.
Supporters and opponents of HS2 have pointed to the need for improved connectivity within and across regions following the announcement of the preferred routes for Phase 2b of the high speed rail network.
Chris Grayling has announced the Government’s preferred route for Phase 2b of HS2, confirming that the high speed rail link will now serve Sheffield via a spur, allowing the line to run further to the East than originally planned.
International infrastructure company Skanska has announced a profit warning including writedowns of about £33m from its UK operations.
Connor Campbell, Shell Bitumen's technical manager UK and Ireland, discusses his company's low temperature binders and how they can improve emissions levels.
Around one in three trains are still not meeting modern accessibility standards and even by 2019 a quarter of stations will not be step free, ministers have revealed.
John Lamb argues that after Grenfell our civil resilience and response needs to be reappraised.
A recent meeting of the ADEPT Street Lighting Group went a little bit off track to look at the thorny issue of providing charging for the increasing number of electric vehicles (EVs) on our streets.