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.
Smart cities and their limitations.
Crewe is set to win the recommendation of HS2 Ltd's chairman Sir David Higgins in his eagerly anticipated report on Monday (27 October) instead of its rival Stoke-on-Trent, Transport Network understands.
The Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) has failed to publish accountability arrangements for Local Enterprise Partnerships (LEPs) months after the 39 local bodies were allocated billions of pounds of taxpayers' cash and despite a departmental promise to do so, Transport Network can reveal.
Concerns have been raised over possible ‘significant delays’ to the UK’s first tram-train project, the £60m Sheffield-Rotherham pilot scheme.
Local highway authorities could be required to publish weekly congestion reports under plans being considered by transport minister John Hayes.
Jason Torrance of leading transport charity Sustrans says the Government's Cycling Delivery Plan should go further.
Andrew Carter, deputy chief executive, Centre for Cities analyses some of the key points made in the
recent Passenger Transport Executive (pteg) report, Transport Works for Growth and Jobs.
Local authorities are currently creating and delivering transformation programmes across all services and delivery arms.
One contractor working hard to drive innovation and efficiency through its highway projects is Colas.
Adrian Tatum went to meet its chief executive, Lee Rushbrooke.
#M74(N)J8 is now open - works complete
Still delays through diversion route for closure #M74(N) J8 - J6
Trains are running to all destinations
#A862 Ardullie to Dingwall is now open.
A9 Cromarty Bridge - Closure, All lanes closed in both directions for up to 30 minutes has been cleared. #TSIncident
Inform Daily is out! http://t.co/DqESq76uda Stories via @LiveOnUKTV @AlexIrvineLeeds @JaneEBall