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Andrew Jepp, managing director of Zurich Municipal discusses how councils and residents can prepare for future storms.
Dana Skelley on how TfL is driving forward.
Peter Molyneux on the North's future.
How to get ahead in procurement.
The shared space controversy took a new twist today as the Chartered Institution of Highways and Transportation (CIHT) told MPs it is not producing new shared space guidance despite assurances from government that it was.
The High Court has ruled that a series of planned strikes by train drivers on the Southern rail network can go ahead next week after a judge backed the Aslef union.
It has not been a good week to be a transport minister, but then some mistakes were of their own making.
Wrexham bus passengers could suffer a loss of service for the second time this year after the council awarded contracts to a company whose directors have been banned from operating buses.
Staffordshire CC is preparing a business case for switching to a highways permit scheme to help tackle congestion.
To mark Road Safety Week, Mike Harper, director of Highways at Stirling Lloyd, argues for a return to the fundamentals with more High Friction Surfacing.
A major new piece of research on the changing market dynamics governing highways contracts considered what influences buyer choice. Alison Bond and Professor Merlin Stone report on the findings.
The Department for Communities and Local Government’s (DCLG) consultation on the full
devolution of business rates is the first shot in a battle for the future of local government.
Brushtec's Barry Crackett asks what the UK can learn from some of the world’s cleanest places.