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Well-managed Highway Infrastructure.
Key figures talk new developments.
Andrew Jepp, managing director of Zurich Municipal discusses how councils and residents can prepare for future storms.
Dana Skelley on how TfL is driving forward.
MP’s from four parliamentary committees have joined forces to launch a new inquiry to scrutinise Government plans to tackle urban air pollution, including from transport.
Abellio's sale of 40% of its Greater Anglia rail franchise to Japanese firm Mitsui has been completed after the deal was approved by the Department of Transport (DfT).
Rail services in Britain will increase by more than 6,400 passenger trains a week by 2021, with the bulk of the increase coming from the opening of Crossrail in 2019.
The Department for Transport (DfT) has announced plans to work with councils to improve engagement with NHS Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) under its total transport programme.
The Welsh Government is proposing statutory guidance to establish quality standards for infrastructure and information at bus stops.
Ministers are proposing to create more room for passengers on the next South Eastern rail franchise by removing first class seats, as well as running longer, more spacious trains.
Changes to councils’ school transport policies are causing ‘upheaval’ for an increasing number of pupils, the Ombudsman has warned.
A new agreement between Southern rail and drivers’ union ASLEF over the driver only operation of trains has been described by the RMT union as ‘the old deal in a new envelope’.
Subsidised bus services in England and Wales have been cut again while the Scottish Government plans to introduce franchising to reverse a trend of declining usage.
Following National Apprentice Week, Ian Deninson, HR director at Amey, takes a look ahead to the launch of the Apprenticeship Levy next month.
Junior vice president of the Local Government Technical Advisers Group,
John Lamb, gives a frank and powerful analysis of local government highways
and transportation. Where do we stand and where are we heading?
At first sight, Chris Grayling has given himself plenty of room to decide that Heathrow has done enough to get backing for expansion. But...
We may have to wait until 2020 before autonomous vehicles are operated commercially, but when it happens the launch will signal the start of a paradigm shift that will revolutionise how we travel.