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Minister tables showdown talks over crisis-hit LEP Network

The central organisation for coordinating the work of England’s 39 Local Enterprise Partnerships (LEPs) is due for showdown talks with growth minister Greg Clark over its limited resources, as it faces the possibility of closing down from 8 December, Transport Network can reveal.

  • UK's first 'poo bus' hits the road

    The UK’s first ever bus powered entirely by human and food waste started commercial services this week, with the Bio-Bus taking passengers from Bristol Airport to the historic city of Bath.

  • Segregated roads for all Scottish towns under 2030 vision

    All main roads into Scotland’s town centres will have either segregated cycling provision or ‘high quality direct, safe and pleasant alternatives’ by 2030 under the devolved Government’s long-term vision for active travel published today.

  • National Audit Office delivers stark warnings on transport local cuts

    Local government transport, highways and infrastructure services have suffered some of the most extensive cuts over this parliament according to a new report from national auditors, which paints a grim picture of councils’ future financial stability.


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