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Kier Group is to cut around 1,200 jobs and make savings of £55m over the next two years, amid a planned sell-off of many of its commercial interests.
A new task force to help councils tackle the fraudulent use of Blue Badges has been set up by the Government.
Cycling and walking advocates from England and Scotland have called for minimum quality standards for infrastructure to prevent public money being wasted on the ineffective ‘gesture’ of paint-only cycle lanes.
Dominic Browne reports on the Commons Transport questions and its heated debates.
A South West Conservative MP has called on the Government to produce a genuine transport strategy for the region after Department for Transport (DfT) officials admitted that they had no plans to honour a promise by Chris Grayling to do so.
Following a National Infrastructure Commission consultation earlier this year, Mike Harper, chief executive of the Road Surface Treatments Association gives his assessment of how local roads are equipped to deal with climate change and extreme weather.
The deregulation of the bus market under the 1985 Transport Act was a failure in terms; however it took austerity to really take the equivalent of a 'Beeching Axe' to buses.
Findlay Irvine’s sales and operations director, David Leask, talks to Transport Network about the state of Scottish engineering, how a conversation will help paint a bridge, and new partnerships around the world.
Emma Greedy reports from the glitz and glamour of the Royal Hall in Harrogate’s Convention Centre and the 28th Cold Comfort.