Recent court cases and their outcomes.
New measures to combat the cold.
Lincolnshire's new approach to road repairs.
Smart cities and their limitations.
Developing smarter cycling infrastructure.
A RSMA debate on highways procurement.
One of the UK’s leading highways and transportation groups has launched a manifesto calling for a major shake-up in finance and strategic planning to avoid creating isolated communities left in ‘economic vacuums’.
In an apparent snub to austerity transport secretary Patrick McLoughlin boasted to today's Conservative Party conference about the level of the government’s transport infrastructure spending.
Councils across the West Midlands have called for greater power over local rail services, in moves that could support introduction of a network-wide smartcard.
Stoke-on-Trent’s dreams of hosting a high speed rail station have taken another blow today with reports that HS2 Ltd chairman, Sir David Higgins, will favour Crewe instead when he makes a progress report next month.
With the news that the South East Permit Scheme is expanding to cover three more councils, Surrey CC’s cabinet member for highways, John Furey, tells Transport Network what makes the scheme a success.
One year since Derby City Council took its highways maintenance service in-house,
Thomas Bridge hears how the new approach is reforming work from the ground up.
The development of sustainable transport systems have benefitted from a raft of funding
streams over the past five years. But just how ‘green’ are they? Elsie Bryant reports.
Dominic Browne talks to the director of transport policy and strategy at Atkins, Greg Hartshorn, about
how the sector is entering a new era with more and more complex challenges.
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