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The number of rail passenger journeys in Great Britain rose by 3% to a record high in 2018-19, while total passenger revenue increased 6% to more than £10bn.
The Government has announced the 24 projects awarded a share of £7.8m to develop innovations on the railway, including one to address the thorny issue of leaves on the line.
A group representing bus users across the UK has published a 10-point plan to reverse the decline in rural services.
Transport for London has awarded multinational firm CAF a contract worth around £350m to replace the oldest trains on the Docklands Light Railway and add capacity.
Dominic Browne reports on the Commons Transport questions and its heated debates.
The latest UK National Travel Attitudes Study paints a picture of a nation more concerned about pollution and climate change than in the past, but slow to change and often left feeling there are few alternatives to the car.
FirstGroup has announced plans to sell off its bus operations in the UK and Greyhound buses in America as it seeks a restructure to keep investors happy.
Boeing has notified airlines of another problem with its 737 model, following two fatal crashes involving one variant.
Emeritus Professor Phil Goodwin has set out ideas for tackling ‘a failure of the democratic process to achieve what is best in the long term for society, the economy or the environment’ as part of his work with the Labour Party's transport team.
Following a National Infrastructure Commission consultation earlier this year, Mike Harper, chief executive of the Road Surface Treatments Association gives his assessment of how local roads are equipped to deal with climate change and extreme weather.
The deregulation of the bus market under the 1985 Transport Act was a failure in terms; however it took austerity to really take the equivalent of a 'Beeching Axe' to buses.
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.
Emma Greedy reports from the glitz and glamour of the Royal Hall in Harrogate’s Convention Centre and the 28th Cold Comfort.