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The Government’s South East Flexible Ticketing (SEFT) programme overspent its initial budget by £9m but failed to deliver its original ambition, according to a report by the National Audit Office (NAO).
Transport for London (TfL) is to cut bus services on Oxford Street by 40% from this summer under Sadiq Khan's long-term plan to transform the street.
People in Northern Ireland would walk more regularly if the weather was better, according to a new survey that also found that the majority of workers drive to work on their own.
Thousands of angry Glaswegians have signed up to a petition calling for improvements to the local transport system that would help bring Scotland’s largest city into line with London.
The National Audit Office (NAO) is to publish a report on the Government’s South East Flexible Ticketing (SEFT) programme that is expected to set out how the programme achieved ‘very little’ with nearly £40m of public money.
The RMT union has announced two new strikes in the widening dispute over the role of guards on trains.
With the Grand National under threat of being impacted by industrial disputes, Labour has accused the Government of failing to protect staffing numbers on trains despite claiming the opposite.
New metro mayors will have the power to transform their city regions, but there has been little policy development for this purpose, a think tank has said, while bus franchising is among five policies that should be regarded as priorities.
The Scottish Government has announced a further £3m funding towards the purchase of low carbon emission buses.
Following National Apprentice Week, Ian Deninson, HR director at Amey, takes a look ahead to the launch of the Apprenticeship Levy next month.
The UK is set to be the first country to address how to best handle liability and insurance for autonomous vehicles.
A brief history of the failure of rail in Wales and elsewhere, and why devolution is the answer.
Mobile is becoming increasingly important for parking companies, but they still aren’t making the most of it, writes CEO of Fonix, Rob Weisz.