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New rail franchises will require train operators to make it easier for passengers to claim compensation, including one-click systems on smartphones and smartcards.
New regulations governing bus safety in London ‘do not go far enough’, according to the London Assembly’s transport committee.
London’s deputy mayor for transport has called on ministers to speed up the extension of Oyster and contactless payment to airports near the capital.
The national rail watchdog has opened an investigation into whether Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR) and Northern have breached passenger information requirements around the May timetable debacle.
The rail industry has defended itself against the inevitable deluge of criticism after at least three train firms announced that they will be extending journey times this autumn to take account of leaves on the line.
The fallout from the spring timetable chaos has raised questions over whether rail operators are gaming the system to avoid missing punctuality targets.
Transport officials in Germany have launched trials for what they say is the world’s first autonomous tram.
A new smartphone app that could transform rail access for the disabled is set to be rolled-out across the country.
A continued fall in bus use over the last four years has prompted calls for a national bus strategy from a leading operator to stem the tide of local cuts.
Former director at the Department for Transport (DfT) and current director of the RAC Foundation, Steve Gooding, shares his opinions about the pace of innovation and development in the highways industry.
Jade Reid reviews the slow progress in bringing women into the transport industry workforce.
The £1.5bn A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon scheme is Highways England’s biggest single project in construction. Dominic Browne finds out more.
Transport secretary Chris Grayling has not had an easy time in office. Based on his speech to delegates at the Conservative Party conference this year his troubles are far from over.