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The UK has 'systematically and persistently' broken legal limits on dangerous air pollution since 2010, the Court of Justice of the European Union has ruled.
The 2021 Budget announced a range of small to medium-sized transport and highways spending measures, including £135m 'development funding' for the A66 Trans-Pennine upgrade.
Campaigners have criticised the chancellor’s decision to maintain the freeze in fuel duty, with the bus industry accusing him of putting ‘the prime minister’s green recovery’ at risk.
The transport user watchdog has repeated its call for more flexible rail ticketing as passengers were hit by an above inflation rise in regulated fares, but train operators have insisted that this is dependent on wider fare reforms.
The Chartered Institution of Highways and Transportation has outlined a five-point plan of 'necessary steps' to be delivered on the back of the latest Budget from chancellor Rishi Sunak.
Transport for the North has been forced to drop one of its 'main priorities’ - digitising transport in the region and creating multi-modal, multi-operator pay-as-you-go travel areas - after the Government refused to provide funding.
The number of journeys being made by public transport in Scotland fell before the pandemic while vehicle ownership and use reached record levels, official statistics show.
Transport for London (TfL) has said a planned replacement ferry service for the closed Hammersmith Bridge is unlikely to begin operating before the summer and will charge passengers.
The chief inspector of rail accidents has called for a rethink on the provision of tactile strips following the death of a visually impaired passenger who fell from a platform.
Steven Baylis, partner at Lime Solicitors, discusses the potential for a corporate manslaughter case.
In the first of a series of case studies, Transport Network looks at Suffolk County Council’s Live Labs project, which has used sensor technology in a quest to develop new SMART approaches across communications, materials, energy and mobility.
Even before COVID supply chains have been shortening. In the digital age and app economy, is there a new role for local?
The first ever virtual Highways Awards on 28 January was a major success with a record audience, great humour from host Colin Murray and a huge buzz on social media.