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Ground is being prepared for a new sub-national transport (STB) body covering a south western belt of England following advice from the Department for Transport (DfT).
Transport planners in Cambridge are launching ‘innovative’ journey planning tools using real-time data to help people make more sustainable journeys.
The MPs who led an unprecedented joint inquiry into Government plans to tackle air pollution have accused ministers of ‘dragging their feet’ on the issue.
Three men have been found dead after apparently being struck by a train at Loughborough Junction station, near Brixton.
The boss of under-fire Northern rail has told MPs the firm asked in January this year for last month's botched timetable changes to be delayed but were blocked by ‘other players’ in the industry.
The chief executive of Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR) has resigned after weeks of delays and cancellations following the introduction of a new timetable and years of poor service on its Southern trains.
The number of people using buses in England fell again in the last financial year in the face of real-terms fare increases and cuts to local routes.
Chris Grayling has again insisted that the rail industry is collectively to blame for the recent rail timetable chaos but a new inquiry by MPs will also examine the role of his department.
The Scottish Government's long-awaited Transport Bill would ban pavement parking and introduce a new partnership model for buses, while allowing councils to introduce franchising or run services themselves.
Former director of the Department for Transport and current director of the RAC Foundation, Steve Gooding, talks about life’s hardest lessons.
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 write.
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