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Highways England and its partners Connect Plus Services reacted quickly to repair two sinkholes on the M25 on Monday night in time for morning rush hour.
A new task force to help councils tackle the fraudulent use of Blue Badges has been set up by the Government.
Bristol is set to achieve compliance with legal pollution limits years later than other cities, as senior councillors are to consider two options to improve air quality.
New data from the EU has revealed that road deaths on urban roads decreased at around half the rate of those on rural roads over the period 2010-2017 and pedestrians, cyclists and motorcyclists – the three most vulnerable user groups – represent 70% of those killed and seriously injured in urban areas.
A cycling and walking charity has warned that women and older and disabled people ‘continue to be neglected in cycling’, despite anti-discrimination provisions in the Equality Act 2010.
The road maintenance backlog in London has hit more than £1bn for the first time, as the capital’s boroughs concede they are presiding over a state of managed decline.
Speed limits for key routes in central London could be cut to 20mph under plans announced by Transport for London and mayor Sadiq Khan.
Bristol City Council has missed another Government deadline for progressing its plans to tackle illegal air pollution but ministerial threats of legal action have still come to nothing.
The prolonged Brexit crisis is wreaking 'untold' damage on the UK car industry manufacturers have said, as April saw a huge fall in production - the 11th consecutive month of decline.
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.