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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?
Combined authorities and new transport bodies should be given greater access to flexible financing streams, engineers have said, as they laid out proposals for a revamped model of devolution.
Former London mayor Boris Johnson has announced that he will not stand to lead the Conservative Party – and therefore become the next prime minister – after fellow Brexit campaigner Michael Gove put himself forward for the top job.
The transport secretary has announced that ministers will again delay a decision on the location of a new runway in south east England, in the light of ‘recent events’.
The introduction of ‘all lane running’ on the motorway network presents ‘unacceptable’ risks and should be rolled back immediately, an influential committee of MPs has said.
The transport secretary has re-iterated ministers’ commitment to infrastructure projects such as high speed rail and airport expansion in the wake of the referendum result.
Vaisala's Nick Johnson gives a sharp-eyed analysis of the future use of big data in the highways sector.
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.
Transport Network spoke to John Reed, head of technical services at Durham County Council, about how his council made the journey to become one of the highest rated highways authorities in the country and what advice he has for others.
Transport Network puts the key questions to Steve Rowsell, President of the Chartered Institution of Highways & Transportation (CIHT) for 2016/17.