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Surveyor's view on the Brexit vote
A looks at new in-cab technology
A new concept of a Major Road Network.
Experts give us the lay of the land
An RAC Foundation and Kier round table debate.
Should centre line markings be removed?
Civil engineers have rejected suggestions from the head of the National Audit Office (NAO) that Government should rationalise its portfolio of major projects or see it ‘come to a halt under its own weight’ as the civil service is over-stretched by Brexit.
The VW scandal is not the first time transport has been at the centre of a major scandal and is not even the latest. From vehicles that aren’t what they seem to unsporting behaviour and ticketing scams, here’s our Top 5 (worst) transport cheats.
Senior councillors in Leeds are to consider three new redevelopment proposals for the city, including one that could double the size of the city centre alongside the arrival of HS2.
London mayor Sadiq Khan has called for Transport for London (TfL) to be put in charge of the failing Southern Railway as Government officials denied colluding with the company to avoid removing its franchise.
Cumbria County Council's cabinet has backed plans for a new £10bn nuclear power station in West Cumbria, but demanded investment in the county’s roads and infrastructure in return, to deal with 'significant traffic increases'.
Vaisala's Nick Johnson gives a sharp-eyed analysis of the future use of big data in the highways sector.
John Fox, managing director of Lucy Zodion, explains why local government needs top-down support for smart city delivery.
The Government is funding repairs rather than prevention when dealing with wet weather events. Rhodri Clark reports on why proactive planning for the future is essential.
Former transport secretary Patrick McLoughlin took over the Department for Transport (DfT) in the eye of austerity in 2012 - he survived many difficult years and several major failures but leaves the department stronger than before.