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Residents, councillors and Extinction Rebellion activists were joined by climate campaigner Greta Thunberg to protest the expansion of a private jet facility at the weekend.
The rail industry has welcomed the Government’s draft Rail Reform Bill but warned that it is ‘no substitute for legislation’.
Two bus operators have combined to launch the UK's biggest electric bus fleets outside London after a council agreed to implement traffic filters to offset the 'additional' costs of running electric vehicles.
Transport for London (TfL) is set to deliver the full programme of improvements and renewals for 2024/25 following 'difficult decisions' and a £250m capital injection from the Government.
Sector leaders from across a wide range of engineering, infrastructure and transport organisations were recognised in the New Year’s Honours, with variety proving the key theme.
Ministers have announced a ‘significant intervention’ to cap this year’s increase in regulated rail fares at 4.9%, rather than the 9% RPI inflation figure for last July on which rises have previously been based.
Thomas Harrison, transport and infrastructure expert at PA Consulting, looks at the implications of changes to the HGV levy's pricing structure.
A council leader has urged ministers to commit to the industrial sector after the UK’s largest rail assembly factory announced 1,330 jobs are at risk in Derby.
The Project CAVForth autonomous bus has won the top prize at an awards ceremony for the self-driving vehicles industry.
Sara Ulrich, a resilience and wargaming expert at PA Consulting, asks why so many are waiting for fresh disruption before they act to build always-on resilience.
Jodi Savickas and Rachel Hiorns, placemaking and sustainable transport specialists at AtkinsRéalis, argue that there is a way forward for low traffic neighbourhoods, but that community buy-in will be crucial for schemes to work.
Mark Coates and Jordan Roddis of Bentley Systems ask what we can learn from city centre transport megaprojects in Paris and London.
Dominic Browne considers whether the 'Beeching of the ticket offices' plan can proceed after the public backlash.