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Scape Group has added ‘Place Shaping’ to its upcoming £1bn National Consultancy frameworks.
Top academic researchers have said development of the Oxford-Milton Keynes-Cambridge arc will require a shift from rail to road.
Transport secretary Michael Matheson said connected and autonomous technology has the capacity to reshape communities after he rode groundbreaking automated bus technology on the opening day of CAV Scotland.
Kier’s chief operating officer, Claudio Veritiero, has left the business with immediate effect, after only being appointed in August 2018.
Local political leaders have called on ministers to provide more funding for disaster relief as communities are braced for the prospect of further flooding.
Interserve has announced its chief executive will step down at the end of the year with her responsibilities devolved to the company’s three main divisions.
The Oakervee review into HS2, commissioned by the government, has recommended the full high speed rail network go ahead including the eastern leg, according to reports.
VolkerWessels is set to complete a private buyout early next year with its largest shareholder, Dutch investment firm Reggeborgh, offering around £575m for the remaining public shares.
The National Infrastructure Commission (NIC) is looking for a new chief executive officer, after Phil Graham announced he is moving on to the Greater London Authority.
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