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How can the latest technology help cities tackle congestion, become more sustainable and improve
mobility? Thomas Bridge hears from global transport leaders in China.
How mobile technology can improve highways services.
Best use of data is vital in helping flood-proof roads.
Whatever clout is shifted to Holyrood from Westminster, the evidence proves that well maintained roads will remain one of the highest priorities for Scottish communities.
Thomas Bridge reports.
Cold Comfort 2014: Another fantastic Cold Comfort was launched this year with the latest in a series of roundtable debates asking how contractors, local authorities and suppliers can work more closely together to deliver more effective and efficient winter service strategies.
A further £1bn has been allocated to Local Enterprise Partnerships (LEPs) through local growth deals, despite growing concerns over accountability arrangements.
Debate rages in local government over any potential new lower Thames crossings. Dominic Browne gives a round up from a recent transport select committee hearing that demonstrated just why this project has proven so tricky.
Welsh local government figures have raised concerns that transport decision making is being over-centralised, with one critic even suggesting they would be better off teaming up with English regions and 'getting out of Wales altogether'.
Local bus services could be handed to not-for-profit organisations or community groups, under Labour plans to confront the country’s biggest private operators.
Three city region leaders have presented their major transport regeneration projects in a Downing Street ‘beauty parade’ to 50 UK and international investors with millions of pounds to spend in the UK.
Mike Burton looks at whether HS2 will address capacity issues for the many or the few.
Localism seems to going where central government fears to tread and there is even the first tentative signs that officials in Whitehall respect this and are willing to learn from the localities.
Could the £15bn government investment to expand England’s trunk road network result in greater urban congestion? Thomas Bridge reports.
Stephen Joseph, chief executive director of Campaign for Better Transport, is a figurehead in the industry,
recognised for his tireless efforts to improve national mobility. Dominic Browne discusses his greatest achievements, the biggest transport myths that need debunking and national transport policy.
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Class 321 Demonstrator train 321448 will operate: 17:20 Liverpool Street - Braintree & 18:33 Braintree - Liverpool Street. GK
18:10 Liverpool St - Norwich will be formed 8 carriages not 9 due to a train fault(Alteration in train type - service operated by a 321) GK
Our first pictures have started to come in from the Ladies of Achievement Lunch at the Best Western Premier... http://t.co/2DTn7sXU7D
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