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Improving road standards in a time of austerity.
How the latest technology helps cities.
How mobile technology can improve highways services.
Best use of data is vital in helping flood-proof roads.
Industry figures have called for a radical re-think of highways maintenance funding and techniques after the Annual Local Authority Road Maintenance (ALARM) survey this year showed the backlog for local roads maintenance has increased once again.
Highways England has revealed how it will spend £11bn over the next five years once it takes responsibility for the country’s motorways and major A-roads network from 1 April.
The councils awarded a share of the £275m local highways challenge fund have been revealed today, with some authorities winning double awards and scooping tens of millions of pounds.
The Department for Transport (DfT) has pledged to make a £50m package of improvements for the UK’s busiest commuter network, South West Trains.
London mayor Boris Johnson has hailed the protection of the Crossrail 2 route as a ‘major step forward’ for the capital’s congestion-tackling project.
Matt Winfield, London deputy director of leading sustainable transport charity Sustrans, gives our readers the lay of the land on cycling design.
Trying to get the industry to work together has been a challenge over the years but now one
group of authorities is collaborating to find the right approach to asset management. Jon Masters talks to some of those involved.
As building information modelling starts to find applications in the bridge sector, Massimo Mantoan explains both the complexities of the process and the issue of software interoperability.
Bill Taylor, managing director at Ringway, is clear on where progress must be made in the transport sector.
I know I call myself Political Animal, but even I'm alarmed at my conviction that I own a 'Better Together' railcard, not 'Two Together'.
MPs pension fund should not be divested from fossil fuels, says Liz Truss http://t.co/Z47UqFG7b5
@mrpotholeuk @PDeeley if you believe that you're either deluded, or a fool. Take your pick.
Please be aware that the car park at #Morley station will be closed until further notice whilst essential repairs are made
@cynicalkind @PDeeley Simple answer is £50bn is what they want us to believe to get it started & £138bn is what it will end up! #StopHS2
RT @DavidWooding: Cameron pledges a true 24/7 NHS under a future Tory government. http://t.co/zrSqSbcBkc