Lincolnshire's new approach to road repairs.
Smart cities and their limitations.
Developing smarter cycling infrastructure.
A RSMA debate on highways procurement.
Mike Burton on the Local Growth Fund.
Will LEPs end regional inequality?
Greater Manchester is currently in talks with the Government to enact wide-reaching reforms to regional bus services, Transport Network can reveal.
Essex CC has called for communities to be given greater clarity over planned flight route changes at Stansted Airport.
British construction giant Carillion has given up the ghost on its proposed merger with Balfour Beatty after three attempts to entice the engineering firm.
England's councils budget to almost double their use of cash reserves this year with a £2.1bn draw down, as Tube upgrades take the lion's share.
The decision by Manchester City Council to roll out 20mph speed limits on its non-major roads beggars the question – are our existing limits too high? The answer in my view is a definite ‘yes.’
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.
Can we ever achieve true transport integration across different
modes and between cities and towns? Adrian Tatum reports from
the latest in a series of Surveyor and TEC round table debates
which took place at Intertraffic in Amsterdam, Holland.
David Bishop starts his tenure as president of the
Association of Directors of Environment, Economy,
Planning & Transport (ADEPT) at an interesting
and challenging time for its members. Dominic
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A503 Seven Sisters Road at Amhurst Park lane restrictions in place due to emergency water works.
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Trains between Guildford and Havant are now able to run normally following a trespass incident at Liphook.