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Two women have been promoted to senior positions in large infrastructure firms after working their way up in their respective companies.
The High Court is expected to rule soon on Heathrow Airport’s claim that it can recoup from Crossrail some of the costs of building a rail connection to the airport.
Heathrow Airport is considering its next move after losing a legal challenge over the level of charges it is entitled to charge Crossrail to use a section of track to the airport.
The RMT union has claimed that contractor Carillion is planning job cuts and redundancies as a result of spending cuts from infrastructure operator Network Rail, which is still facing a funding gap of nearly £2bn.
The Green Party has pledged to create ‘a people’s transport system’ that makes it easy for people to choose to leave the car at home – ‘or not have one at all’.
London City Airport plans to become the first in the UK to operate a digital air traffic control tower – with controllers 80 miles away - marking the start of a ‘technological revolution in UK airport air traffic management’.
AECOM has been announced as the preferred bidder to create the masterplan for the £26bn development of Old Oak Common, which will link to HS2 and Crossrail.
The Conservatives have pledged to create sovereign wealth funds to invest in infrastructure and a passenger ombudsman to ‘stand up’ for rail users, while suggesting that they could require rail company employees to meet minimum service levels during strikes.
The Conservatives have pledged to build ‘thousands’ of council houses over the course of the next Parliament if re-elected next month.
Those in favour of shared space have had a hard time of it of late, but Martin Cassini argues that calls for a moratorium miss the point, given that 'the current traffic system is based on inequality'.
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.
Chris Cranston, the new chair of the National Winter Service Research Group (NWSRG), talks about his modernisation plans, new research and of course how the NWSRG’s Practical Guide for Winter Service will take on the role of national guidance.