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Labour and the the Conservatives have clashed over the Tories' pledge to spend £4.2bn on local transport – spread over two parliaments.
The new franchise holder on the West Coast Main Line has officially taken over long-distance train services to complaints from passengers about its website and comparisons with previous operator Virgin.
A metro mayor has hosted the first meeting of a ‘bus reform task force’ – nearly a year after a report highlighted an opportunity to ‘start delivering improvements to the network as quickly as possible’.
Scotland is set to take a risk-based approach to cycling infrastructure design in its official guidance from next year in an attempt to provide greater protection to cyclists and pedestrians.
The Government has again refused to disclose how much, if any, taxpayers’ money it is giving the owners of South Western Railway (SWR) in financial support as union members begin nearly a month of strike.
Seats on buses could be redesigned to help passengers socialise, transport bosses have said, after new research revealed how passengers spend their time while travelling.
Hopes of a Christmas miracle have been dashed as rail and unions bosses in the south west have failed to come to an agreement and a near-month long strike is set to go ahead.
Uber's troubles have continued today with Manchester City Council revealing it has requested an urgent meeting with the company over concerns regarding licensing rules.
The union behind 28 days of strikes on a rail franchise has said it believes there is a deal to be done as it meets bosses for peace talks.
A global innovation programme from WSP has highlighted radical engineering actions needed to cope with ongoing demographic, social and environmental changes.
An American expert gives a 10-point plan to solving your public sector data issues - or at least solving the problems of getting started.
Chris Ames spoke to the five councils with the biggest deficits on their parking accounts and found that many see parking more as a service than a revenue stream.
When rain and floods hit South Yorkshire early in November, Amey, which provides highway maintenance services to Sheffield City Council through the £2bn ‘Streets Ahead’ PFI contract, was in the front line. Transport Network gets a briefing on its efforts.