Whatever clout is shifted to Holyrood from Westminster, the evidence proves that well maintained roads will remain one of the highest priorities for Scottish communities.
Thomas Bridge reports.
Cold Comfort 2014: Another fantastic Cold Comfort was launched this year with the latest in a series of roundtable debates asking how contractors, local authorities and suppliers can work more closely together to deliver more effective and efficient winter service strategies.
Recent court cases and their outcomes.
New measures to combat the cold.
Lincolnshire's new approach to road repairs.
The central organisation for coordinating the work of England’s 39 Local Enterprise Partnerships (LEPs) is due for showdown talks with growth minister Greg Clark over its limited resources, as it faces the possibility of closing down from 8 December, Transport Network can reveal.
The UK’s first ever bus powered entirely by human and food waste started commercial services this week, with the Bio-Bus taking passengers from Bristol Airport to the historic city of Bath.
All main roads into Scotland’s town centres will have either segregated cycling provision or ‘high quality direct, safe and pleasant alternatives’ by 2030 under the devolved Government’s long-term vision for active travel published today.
Local government transport, highways and infrastructure services have suffered some of the most extensive cuts over this parliament according to a new report from national auditors, which paints a grim picture of councils’ future financial stability.
To mark Road Safety Week, Julian Bell, chair of London Councils’ Transport and Environment Committee, talks about the excellent progress made on safety in the capital.
A measured approach is needed when discussing the future of the UK's infrastructure needs according to Adept's annual policy prospectus. Dominic Browne reports.
Local authorities are currently creating and delivering transformation programmes across all services and delivery arms.
Tom Bridge examines the latest technology to support disabled and elderly passengers and hears their
key transport concerns.
Going out this weekend? Remember to use an RBWM licensed taxi to get you home #RBWMTaxi
Commons pass vote on Clive Efford's NHS bill http://t.co/vbmAuzSU4s
Consultation still open on the future of Hampshire's early help youth support services. Learn more and take part at http://t.co/Y8wIUkcI0u
INFO: 16:49 Victoria to Three Bridges will be diverted from Redhill & terminate at Reigate due to a member of train crew being unavailable
RT @cox_tom: @paulwaugh Thanks Paul. It's an outtake from this: http://t.co/Yk9J86tNk0
RT @mrmarksteel: I seem to have written a column, about whether the Greens should be on the TV election debates. http://t.co/hP21sNIMAo