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Key figures talk new developments.
Andrew Jepp, managing director of Zurich Municipal discusses how councils and residents can prepare for future storms.
Dana Skelley on how TfL is driving forward.
Peter Molyneux on the North's future.
Following Theresa May’s speech on her Government’s Brexit plans, civil engineering contractors have again warned that shortages of skilled labour could derail the delivery of vital infrastructure.
Council leaders in Scotland have pledged to play a ‘huge role’ to encourage the growth of cycling, following the devolved Government’s promise of a more ‘ambitious and innovative’ approach, underpinned by partnership working.
Three days of strikes next week and an overtime ban by drivers on Southern Rail are set to be scrapped, opening the way to new talks.
Croydon Council is to consult on plans to take 20mph zones borough-wide.
Cheshire West and Chester council is upgrading over 24,000 street lights to LED (light-emitting diode) at a cost of £5m but aiming to save on energy and replacement costs.
To mark Road Safety Week, Mike Harper, director of Highways at Stirling Lloyd, argues for a return to the fundamentals with more High Friction Surfacing.
Stephen Wojcik, head of consultancy services at infrastructure services company FM Conway, discusses how to design spaces that meet the needs of vulnerable user groups.
As strikes continue to bring Southern Rail services to a standstill, Transport Network outlines the conflicting ideas about how to solve the Southern conundrum.
Martin Tugwell, programme director at England’s Economic Heartland Strategic Alliance, speaks to
Dominic Browne about making a success of regional transport, public and private sector collaboration
and why Mobility as a Service feels like the future.