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Ministers have agreed to a five-year pause on new smart motorway schemes following a Transport Select Committee enquiry into the controversial road types.
Train services across England have been drastically cut back, with operators pleading necessity due to staff illnesses from the Omicron variant.
The Government has suffered a string of defeats in the House of Lords over its plans to clamp down on protests - particularly those causing disruption to roads and transport.
Strikes on two of London Underground’s Night Tube lines are continuing, with the RMT union and Transport for London (TfL), unable even to agree on what they are currently arguing about.
London mayor Sadiq Khan, has warned that the capital ‘could move from one public health and economy crisis to another’ as City Hall put the cost of congestion in the city at over £5bn a year.
With train firms across the UK once again cutting services, it has emerged that Network Rail is not currently attempting to restore the guarantee that timetables will be accurate up to 12 weeks in advance.
Transport minister Baroness Vere has written to all local transport and highway authorities, bus and light rail operators in England asking them to review resilience plans in light of the Omicron variant.
Transport for Wales and top contractors have secured the world's first international accreditation for collaboration in rail.
London’s deputy mayor for transport, Heidi Alexander, has stepped down after three and a half years at City Hall and will leave the post in January.
Cycling UK's Cherry Allan says it is dismayed by the roll-out of longer lorries.
Lucie Clinch, a senior associate and knowledge development lawyer at Stewarts, addresses the legal and physical risks of micromobility.
Emily Yates of the Association of British Commuters asks whether so-called flexible season tickets are a price trap, designed to upsell rail passengers back to season tickets.
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