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Ministers have pledged to look at the extension of pay-as-you-go travel across the South East rail network after one operator agreed to accept Oyster and contactless payments at more stations outside London.
The state-run operator of East Coast mainline rail services has promised that next year's new trains will have ‘really comfortable’ seats – in contrast to those compared to ironing boards - however there is concern over whether the line can take it.
Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR), which runs the Southern rail service, has kept its franchise despite May's timetable failures; however it received a £15m fine and had its profits capped.
The rail regulator is taking formal action against Network Rail after new statistics showed punctuality and reliability at their lowest levels since 2014.
Network Rail’s management of vegetation fails to meet its standard for managing risks or take into account environmental best practice, an official review has found.
An influential committee of MPs has slammed the Department for Transport’s (DfT) ‘complacent’ contingency planning for a possible no-deal Brexit, accusing it of ‘a potentially toxic combination’ of secrecy and shortcomings.
The first ever rail ombudsman has come into force with the power to make binding decisions on rail operators.
The roads minister has challenged local authority transport bosses to go ‘further and faster’ to improve the safety of vulnerable road users and promote active travel.
A new traffic commissioner for Scotland has been appointed by transport secretary Chris Grayling.
Stuart Urquhart, legal director, and Maeve Torrance, solicitor, at UK law firm TLT discuss electric vehicle charging infrastructure and the opportunities for local authorities.
Having represented SRN users for around three years now, Transport Focus evidence base is emerging as potentially world class, something chief executive Anthony Smith is rightly proud of.
New technology and innovation needs real-world application to succeed, writes Steve Birdsall, chief executive of Gaist.
Last week's spurious claim that drivers undergoing bike safety training could save money on car insurance is one in a long history of announcements designed to grab the headlines despite a lack of substance.