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The invitation to tender has been released for an estimated £370m contract to operate the Northern Isles Ferry Services, which is designed to adapt to changes in demand.
Environmental campaigners have criticised Heathrow’s plans to add 25,000 flights a year in advance of a proposed third runway, despite the Airport’s Commission’s assessment that the airport is ‘effectively full’.
Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM) is due to kickstart the search for a new chief executive in the next few weeks following the departure last year of Jon Lamonte.
Passengers using the UK’s busiest railway station suffered disruption on Friday, despite the opening of three new platforms last month, as track problems saw a single platform taken out of use.
Labour has accused transport secretary Chris Grayling of ‘negligence, dithering and delaying’ after ministers announced plans to give police new powers to tackle drone misuse.
The chorus of concerns over the Government's £13.8m contract with Seaborne Freight Ltd has increased as more information comes to light on its potential role, preparedness and the trading history of its chief executive.
The secretary of state for Exiting the European Union has declined to answer if or when the government would release the legal advice behind the £13.8m Seaborne Freight Ltd contract, which has faced a barrage of criticism in recent days.
The Scottish Government has awarded just over £1m for low emissions buses in Glasgow as the country’s first low emission zone came into force in the city.
Labour’s shadow transport secretary has accused the Government of losing track of plans to expand smart ticketing across the rail network after ministers refused to say exactly what their £80m programme has achieved.
Benjamin Graham - communications executive for Sygnal, a leading onboard WiFi provider for the passenger transport industry - discusses the hows and whys of making sure your transport is digitally connected.
Anyone reading the Government's 2017 consultation on reducing tolls on the Severn crossings would have realised that abolishing them altogether was out of the question. And yet...
London mayor Sadiq Khan has admitted he was told in July that Crossrail was in 'serious risk' of delay.
Following the explosive claims at last week's London Assembly meeting about the delays to Crossrail, Chris Ames asks whether politicians' claims that they did not get a clear picture deserve any credence.