Developing smarter cycling infrastructure is key to the success of smart cities.
Thomas Bridge reports.
A RSMA debate on highways procurement.
Mike Burton on the Local Growth Fund.
Will LEPs end regional inequality?
Oxfordshire CC is striding forward on transport.
Everything you need to know about SUDS
A major review of England's transport resilience commissioned by the Government in the wake of this winter’s storms has called for a shake-up of highways funding.
Mayor of London Boris Johnson has called for a ‘plethora’ of new river crossings in London following Transport for London’s (TfL) recently launched plans for new Thames crossings.
A guide to investing in UK infrastructure has today been launched by chief secretary to the Treasury Danny Alexander.
Crossrail has been labelled a ‘textbook’ example of how to deliver infrastructure projects, with MPs calling for the same approaches to be applied in High Speed 2 (HS2).
A review of the National Audit Office’s (NAO) report Maintaining Strategic Infrastructure: roads
Can we ever achieve true transport integration across different
modes and between cities and towns? Adrian Tatum reports from
the latest in a series of Surveyor and TEC round table debates
which took place at Intertraffic in Amsterdam, Holland.
Will advanced satellite technology go some way towards improving air quality across the UK?
David Crawford reports on local authority air quality projects around the country.
On the face of it Christopher Chope MP, chair of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Highway Maintenance
(APPG), might almost be the central government pantomime villain to local highways authorities’
stepchild. Dominic Browne finds out if there is more to his brand of tough love.
CLEARED: Trains are now running normally between Par and Plymouth following a derailed freight train at #Lostwithiel.
Katie Price blasts husband's mistresses on Twitter http://t.co/itL1BXu46E #HoodooNet :)
Following train crashes, US mulls replacing older tank cars carrying crude oil http://t.co/IGs90rTg1v #HoodooNet :)
CLEARED: Trains are now able to run as normal between Crewe and Runcorn / Preston #Winsford
Great discussion @EdelmanPR @AtlanticCouncil on Europe 100 years after WW1. http://t.co/33xSeMfDAy