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A new nationwide campaign aims to put pressure on Highways England to improve the quality of its signage and road safety.
Liverpool City Region’s metro mayor has described franchising as the ‘leading option’ under plans to overhaul the region’s bus services.
Successful bidders from Oxfordshire, York and Bournemouth have won a share of £1.5m to trial innovative transport projects that could help cut congestion and boost safety.
A survey of highways professionals has found the vast majority are sceptical about the industry's ability to adapt to the digital agenda, despite predicting an imminent 'tipping point' for digitalisation in highways contracting.
HS2 Ltd has unveiled updated designs for the ‘super-hub’ at Old Oak Common in west London, following the Government’s decision to proceed with the high speed rail link.
The heartbreaking Panorama programme last night on smart motorways - 'Britain's Killer Motorways' - has put enormous pressure on the Government and Highways England to act. The first thing that should be demanded is the truth.
Highways England has re-opened the debate over the effectiveness of its current stopped vehicle detection (SVD) technology, claiming that it is ‘effective in all levels of traffic’.
Trapeze Group’s John Beard explores how local authorities and transport bodies can harness the franchising model spearheaded by Transport for London.
With increasingly popular, greener, urban transport solutions such as e-scooters currently not legal for road use, the law will need to change before their benefits can be realised, argues Weightmans LLP’s Philip Nicholas.