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A new £1m fund to encourage people from deprived communities to walk and cycle is now available for social landlords in Scotland.
The rail industry has hailed the extension of a paperless ticketing option for nine out of 10 journeys in the UK, as its efforts to introduce flexible ‘smart ticketing’ continue to fall behind schedule.
Stephen Fidler, deputy director in the Department for Transport’s strategic roads division, has been named as its new director of local transport, succeeding Graham Pendlebury, who retires at the end of May.
A £300m funding pot from the Government will improve disabled access at 73 rail stations across the country.
A string of rail franchise updates from ministers saw Abellio awarded the East Midlands Railway franchise from August, and Stagecoach barred from certain franchise awards.
Which is more important, how you reach the destination or who you travel with along the way? Two tech giants take different approaches.
As Uber gears up for its first public shares offering this month, we take a look at the world beating app that is going public in more ways than one.
The Chartered Institution of Highways and Transportation launched its Partnerships Network at Traffex, marking a potential step change in how the sector collaborates and shares knowledge.
Lilian Greenwood, the chair of the Transport Select Committee, told the audience at Traffex '19 that she is driven by a desire to represent people who may not always have a say on transport issues.
The final SWARCO-sponsored Talking Transport from Traffex and Parkex 2019 looks to the future.
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.
Heathrow Airport has announced record passenger numbers after eight consecutive years of growth, despite being declared 'full' - and in need of a new runway - five years ago.
Kurt Rowe, Associate and Motor Technology lead at national law firm Weightmans, argues that while the EU's speed limiter measures should be applauded, this is first and foremost an opportunity to urgently address a data-sharing framework for insurers.