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How the latest technology helps cities.
Drivers of large vehicles could soon be forced to cut down on left turns and avoid popular cycling routes in London, mayor Boris Johnson has announced.
Firm WJ has been appointed delivery partner for 3M speed cameras in a deal that will see it installing systems at roadworks across the UK.
The Government should press ahead with current plans to increase to 75 the age at which motorists must self-certify themselves as fit to drive, according to transport experts TRL.
In an exclusive interview with Transport Network, interim mayor of Greater Manchester Tony Lloyd talks about highways alliances, bus franchising and what London can learn from Manchester.
Mike Burton gives black cab drivers some comfort in times of Uber.
Last week’s ferry strike in Calais and the Airport Commission report into airport capacity may have at first glance little in common. However both highlight to us Brits that we are an island highly dependent on a handful of transport pinch points.
The impact of the toxic hogweed plant on transport infrastructure managers and local authorities has not yet been widely explored.
Cities around the world are attempting to recreate the commercial successes of Transport for London. Yet the rest of the UK missing out on these multi-billion pound innovations, Thomas Bridge reports.
Having just taken over the presidency of ADEPT, Heather Barnes has a sizeable task ahead. Yet her enthusiasm is undimmed and she brings to the role a wealth of experience. She speaks to Thomas Bridge about community commissioning, devolution and her secret to keeping motivated.
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AMENDED: Due to signalling problems 07:03 #Hartlepool to #Hexham due 08:38 will be started from Sunderland.
AMENDED: Due to signalling problems 06:00 #Newcastle to #Hartlepool due 06:46 will be terminated at Sunderland.
Govt sources confirm amendment to create 28 day 'purdah' for EU referendum 'likely' to be published today. Some exemptions for ministers