Rhodri Clark reports on capital projects.
Cold Comfort round table
Adrian Tatum on Cold Comfort 2013.
Dominic Browne looks at flood protection
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Reports have claimed the transport secretary Patrick McLoughlin has attempted to ban the publication of a 2011 report into High Speed Rail 2 (HS2).
Parking penalty charges have been frozen under new Government plans to ease parking restrictions to help support town centre high streets.
The first phase of the north west rail electrification project has been delivered on time and under budget, Network Rail has claimed.
The Department for Transport (DfT) has announced plans to integrate transport links between three of the UK’s core technology hubs.
The coalition government is now considering how to incentivise councils to adopt not just good asset management but all the HMEP good practice.
Does an online tool published earlier this year represent the future of analysing road safety for local authorities? James Evison reports.
A comment piece on The challenges and opportunities of localism: introducing evidence to enhance public decision-making on local traffic management schemes.
The current president of ADEPT, Steve Kent, wants to see the organisation adapt to the fast pace of the industry and have the ability to communicate better on a number of levels.
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