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The Department for Transport (DfT) has said that it will not provide any more money for the stalled Crossrail project, despite a claim in this week’s National Infrastructure Strategy that the Government is ‘financing its completion’.
The Government has denied that ‘levelling up’ the rest of the UK means ‘levelling London down' as it published the long-awaited National Infrastructure Strategy, which confirms that plans for Crossrail 2 have been shelved.
The chancellor has announced £18bn will be spent on preventative coronavirus measures next year, including vaccines, testing and PPE.
New research carried out as part of European Hydrogen Week found a significant proportion of British workers would be happy to pay more to reduce their carbon footprint.
Transport for London has threatened to mothball Crossrail if ministers do not agree another bailout, according to reports.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has announced a three-year £2.9bn ‘restart programme’ to help more than one million people unemployed for more than a year find work.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak is expected to announce plans to re-write the Green Book in the spending review this week, as part of the Government’s commitment to levelling up infrastructure in the North.
The prime minister has outlined a 10 point plan for a 'green industrial revolution' including bringing forward a ban on the sale of new petrol and diesel cars and vans to 2030.
The Department for Transport (DfT) has announced an overhaul of land and property acquisition for HS2, which it said will deliver ‘a fairer deal for communities impacted by the project’.
Marc Ottolini, CEO of AirLabs, sets out the potential for air cleaning technology to solve the public transport crisis caused by COVID-19.
Zachary Wang, CEO of Neuron Mobility, responds to the recent Transport Select Committee report calling for the legalisation of the use of electric scooters on public highways.
Following the Stonehaven rail disaster, highways industry expert and former chief executive of the Institute of Highway Engineers, Richard Hayes, discusses some of the engineering and safety issues around landslips for rail and road.
A new Android app developed by Strada Imaging in close collaboration with Aston University and Jacobs UK is designed to provide fast and accurate detailed visual inspection surveys.