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 Government today announced an extra £214m investment in cycling to improve infrastructure on the strategic road network and extend its Cycling Ambition Cities programme.
International accountancy giant KPMG talks to Transport Network about the groundbreaking finance model behind the Northern Line extension.
The franchise for the state-run East Coast main line has been awarded to a consortium of Stagecoach and Virgin, in a move slammed by Labour as selling the public 'down the river'.
There was a strong theme of resilience at the annual conference of council directors’ body Adept this month, as president David Bishop revealed to Surveyor he was trying to reach out to other bodies to develop consensus behind local ‘readiness’ plans.
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.
@ianwalker Well, yes, you may be correct. His speech, and answers to off-stage questions was sooo spot on. Is he standing on the Wirral?
INFO: 18:13 Milton Keynes Central to Selhurst is 18 mins late due to a broken down train.
.@nuttyxander Was about to comment on that. He genuinely seems to think infrastructure is only needed because of bad behaviour
Phew! train here allowed 2 board only 30 mins late 4 @andrew4mk & @emily4MK - thank god @MichaelDugherMP challenging east Coast franchise!
The immigration speech David Cameron should be giving - me in @commentisfree http://t.co/afUoOsh18A
Avoid #BlackFriday carpark queues, head to @LoveMeadowhall @Frenchgate @AlhambraCentre by bus, tram or train! http://t.co/zQaBo2Jkj8