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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?
The future is up for grabs
Local authorities’ service managers are well prepared for the might of winter. Jon Masters reports on
their strategies for stocking and delivering services to keep the UK road network open.
Vaisala's Nick Johnson gives a sharp-eyed analysis of the future use use of big data in the highways sector.
Rail minister Claire Perry has backed Southern Railway to improve after two fellow Conservative MPs demanded that ministers take action over its recent poor performance.
Railways, bridges, airplanes and concrete - where would we be without them? And where would we be without the men and women, who have designed and invented our transport infrastructure over the centuries? Here's our top five transport engineers.
The HS2 rail link performs badly against its four objectives and costs five times as much as a new high speed line in France, according to a new report.
New London mayor Sadiq Khan will ‘review the merits’ of the Silvertown Tunnel project, particularly user charging, in parallel with the statutory planning process.
AECOM's Kate Morris discusses the role of foreign investment and the importance of strong regional leadership in turning the Northern Powerhouse ambition into reality.
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.
David Beddell, AECOM’s end market director for strategic highways in
Europe, talks to Dom Browne about roads from the global and the local perspective.