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The planned tunnel at Stonehenge, which could now cost £2.4bn, risks costing more to build than the economic benefits it is expected to provide, the National Audit Office has said.
Of the eligible highway authorities, almost one in five have lost out half of their share of £151m through the Department for Transport's Incentive Fund this year due to poor performance.
The AA has warned that delivery firms could respond to Clean Air Zones by adding to the ever-increasing number of vans on the road, worsening congestion and pollution.
Registrations of new all-electric and hybrid vehicles rose significantly last month, despite an overall fall in new car sales.
The show preview and updated programme for Cold Comfort 2019 have been published.
The Welsh government has thrown its support behind a push to make 20mph the default speed limit for residential areas.
A fresh inquest will be held into the death of a nine-year-old girl in London who died of an asthma attack and whose condition has been linked to air pollution near her home.
Technology company Yotta has announced major upgrades to its flagship connected asset management platform, Alloy.
Cracked and uneven pavements are stopping nearly one in three (31%) older people from walking on their local streets, according to a new survey.
Nicholas Beatty, Co-Founder and Director of Zenobe Energy argues that investment in flexible energy and infrastructure could be the key to unlocking our carbon neutral future.
The latest episode in the Talking Transport podcast series is all about the vital issue of inclusive mobility and how transport planners and providers can make sure everyone is able to use our transport network.
Findlay Irvine’s sales and operations director, David Leask, talks to Transport Network about the state of Scottish engineering, how a conversation will help paint a bridge, and new partnerships around the world.
Adam Garner, social value manager at Kier, recounts an epic adventure of teamwork and charity.