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London Assembly members have warned mayor Sadiq Khan that he should publish the cost of a new fare freeze as Transport for London (TfL) faces ‘unprecedented’ financial pressure.
Town hall chiefs have hit back at a report saying councils collected nearly £42m in penalties last year from motorists caught driving in bus lanes.
The number of penalty charge notices issued by London’s highway authorities rose by 10% during the last financial year.
Having represented SRN users for around three years now, Transport Focus evidence base is emerging as potentially world class, something chief executive Anthony Smith is rightly proud of.
The London Assembly’s Transport Committee has raised ‘fundamental concerns’ over Transport for London’s (TfL) restructure of London bus services.
Former director at the Department for Transport (DfT) and current director of the RAC Foundation, Steve Gooding, shares his opinions about the pace of innovation and development in the highways industry.
New technology and innovation needs real-world application to succeed, writes Steve Birdsall, chief executive of Gaist.
The £1.5bn A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon scheme is Highways England’s biggest single project in construction. Dominic Browne finds out more.
This autumn saw the completion of the handover phase of the £450m National Roads Telecommunications Service 2 (NRTS2) contract, which Highways England awarded to telent Technology Services Ltd in late 2017.