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The Government has pledged nearly £400m funding to help keep bus services running during the coronavirus pandemic.
A bus firm in Sussex has announced extra early morning services for hospital workers dealing with the coronavirus outbreak.
The UK’s Intelligent Transport Society, ITS (UK), has appointed Ryan Hood as its new chair.
The Department for Transport (DfT) has admitted that net zero carbon cannot be achieved without major interventions in the transport sector.
Council chiefs have called on the Government to provide emergency funding to ensure bus services do not go bust during the coronavirus epidemic.
The Scottish Government has pledged to maintain the annual £260m in concessionary travel reimbursement and Bus Service Operator Grants for the bus industry, regardless of the fall in passengers.
The Gatwick Express rail service will be suspended indefinitely, as part of further cuts announced by the country’s biggest rail franchise.
With the headlines dominated by coronavirus, not least on this website, Transport Network again brings you a brief selection of good news stories. As a lot of the world enters lockdown, we look for the reasons to be hopeful.
The trade body for bus and coach operators has given a cautious welcome to the Government’s measures to support jobs but said it is seeking clarification.
The NHS has requested supplies from industry to support its fight against COVID-19.
Stuart Marshall, sales and marketing manager at Symology, discusses his company's unique interface between road, rail and utilities.
Highways England has re-opened the debate over the effectiveness of its current stopped vehicle detection (SVD) technology, claiming that it is ‘effective in all levels of traffic’.
The construction industry is working with the Government on how best to maintain critical output throughout the coronavirus pandemic.