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Adrian Tatum looks to the future
Adrian Tatum applauds the early gains of the HMEP
Greater risk, but greater reward for councils?
Does the coalition have a plan for our network?
The local road network could become 'unusable' following another bout of severe weather, highways chiefs have claimed.
A report by consultancy firm Jacobs that suggested keeping Preston bus station was not shown to councillors, according to a local paper.
A damning report into the assessment of the economic case for the High Speed 2 (HS2) rail line has been released by a think tank.
Streetlights may be turned off and parks closed to pay for social care, according to council chiefs.
I’ve always hated yellow lines. And that’s not because they stop me from parking where I want,
After 34 years in local government, Leicestershire’s director of environment and transport talks to Dom Browne about why he is joining the private sector and the challenges that lie ahead.
Dom Browne reports on how Paul Buchanan continues to emulate his famous grandfather in driving transport planning into the future.
A recent HMEP event which focused on new guidance on the management of highway drainage assets highlighted
the importance of good data and best practice. Dominic Browne reports on recent progress.
Finished lively discussions at the IET on every subject from HS2 to Smart Cities via Potholes. Basically everything comes back to potholes
Cridland: A review creates period of uncertainty when focus should be on lending and growth so should be concluded swiftly
For anyone looking for some light yet informative reading: http://t.co/AFcu…
#MazeHill - Trains now able to run from Deptford towards Charlton, line towards London is still blocked - info here http://t.co/U1E6…
Warm applause for 'lord' King as Mansion House breaks up
Cridland: RBS already well down road of restructuring, so case for split into good/bad banks feels like groundhog day