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In his Spring Statement, chancellor Philip Hammond opened bidding on the remaining £840m from the Transforming Cities Fund for improving transport in English cities, boosted skills funding and pledged a consultation on cuts to VED for businesses that buy cleaner vans.
Council leaders have warned that the continuing decline in bus use could lead to increased congestion and poorer air quality as new figures show that the number of local journeys fell across Great Britain to the lowest level for a decade.
A year after the landmark Paulley case, ministers have pledged to bring in 'new measures' to ensure that wheelchair users can access designated spaces on buses.
Police have vowed to uses their ‘full investigative resources’ after protesters brought two major rail stations to a halt on Sunday, including an incident at Manchester Piccadilly that saw children on the tracks.
Consumer watchdog Which? has trumpeted imminent changes to the industry-wide National Rail Conditions of Travel (NRCoT), including one that acknowledges passengers' right to claim compensation for consequential loss.
The national rail ticketing system should be overhauled and traditional train timetables will be torn up as the network becomes 'more like the Tube', Network Rail chairman, Sir Peter Hendy has said.
Four councils in Wales have been told to resubmit their active travel plans by 27 August after the Welsh Government rejected their first attempts.
Rail bosses have warned passengers against self-evacuating from trains after ‘multiple occasions’ where stranded commuters took to the tracks.
London mayor Sadiq Khan has added a possible orbital rail line for West London and a proposal for the Sutton Tram extension to an updated 25-year transport strategy for the capital.
While the whole sector is eagerly awaiting and debating the impact of driverless cars, transport expert Christian Wolmar is not so sure we should believe the hype.
Ilyass Meslek, engineer at CCL, a specialist in engineered solutions for structures, discusses the design considerations for a road-over-rail replacement project in Blackpool.
Dominic Browne talks to global product technology manager Dr Richard Taylor and technical manager Connor Campbell of Shell Bitumen to find out what lies just inside, and just beyond, the horizon.
Transport Network caught up with 3M technical specialist Andy Fish for an exclusive interview on the topic of Sign Clutter, as well as his career in the traffic signage industry.