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Chris Ames spoke to the five councils with the biggest deficits on their parking accounts and found that many see parking more as a service than a revenue stream.
Air pollution in Bristol, much of which is caused by diesel cars, contributes to five people dying prematurely every week, new research has revealed.
British cities have failed to break into the top 10 in a listing of the best – and worst – cities in the world for driving.
Cost overruns and safety issues figure prominently in a new appraisal of Norfolk County Council's A1270 Broadland Northway, which opened in 2018 and bypasses the city of Norwich.
More than 100 local authorities have fewer than 10 public electric vehicle charging devices per 100,000 population, a new league table has revealed.
The sale of outsourcing contractor Amey is taking longer than expected, its parent company has admitted.
The Government is set to crack down on any hand-held mobile phone use while driving, including taking photos, browsing the internet or scrolling through a playlist
Bristol City Council is set to adopt a plan that would see the city continue to breach legal limits for air pollution until at least 2025.
Birmingham City Council is to take forward work to develop a workplace parking levy of £500 per space per year.
New research from the road safety charity Brake suggests almost a third of UK adults could have been involved in a collision, or had a near miss, with a vehicle on a UK road in the past year.
The editor of our sister publication, SMART Highways, was interviewed on BBC Scotland’s flagship news programme about when we can expect to see fully autonomous vehicles on our roads.
Following publication by the Law Commissions of England and Wales and of Scotland of a consultation on regulating autonomous passenger vehicles, Chris Ames spoke to Dr Wolfgang Schuster of Atkins about the issues the paper raises.
The Road Safety Markings Association (RSMA) has much to celebrate at its annual conference this November, which features transport minister Baroness Vere and Department for Transport (DfT) stalwart Steve Berry. Dominic Browne writes