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Edinburgh City council has shortlisted four bidders for a £90m infrastructure and systems contract on the project to extend its tram network to Leith and Newhaven.
New legislation that will enable the first commercial space launch from UK soil in history was granted Royal Assent on Thursday (15 March).
The development of more than 600 new homes in Leeds is to go ahead after the council secured more than £7m from the Government’s Housing Infrastructure Fund (HIF).
A National Audit Office (NAO) report into the financial sustainability of England’s local authorities has revealed that around 30 county and unitary councils are now facing such severe financial pressures that they will have no reserves left by 2022 at current spending rates.
Transport secretary Chris Grayling has launched an independent review to ‘ensure the affordability of Crossrail 2’, while pledging that a £3bn upgrade programme on TransPennine rail routes would start next spring.
Representatives of local authorities in Yorkshire have submitted a ‘detailed and concrete’ proposal to the Government outlining their vision for a county-wide devolution deal.
The Government has announced plans for a major overhaul of the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF), which will implement a new housing delivery test 'focused on driving up the numbers of homes actually delivered in their area, rather than numbers planned for'.
The Government knew of a plan that could have clawed back more than £360m from the collapsing infrastructure giant Carillion and saved former employees from having their pension payouts cut but did not act to secure it.
Whitehall’s flagship policy of 100% business rates retention will lead to divergences in funding for English councils without necessarily delivering the expected growth, a think tank has said.
While the whole sector is eagerly awaiting and debating the impact of driverless cars, transport expert Christian Wolmar is not so sure we should believe the hype.
Ilyass Meslek, engineer at CCL, a specialist in engineered solutions for structures, discusses the design considerations for a road-over-rail replacement project in Blackpool.
Dominic Browne talks to global product technology manager Dr Richard Taylor and technical manager Connor Campbell of Shell Bitumen to find out what lies just inside, and just beyond, the horizon.
Transport Network caught up with 3M technical specialist Andy Fish for an exclusive interview on the topic of Sign Clutter, as well as his career in the traffic signage industry.