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A super-inquiry by four committees of MPs has called on the Government to force the car industry to contribute to a new clean air fund, following the ‘polluter pays’ principle, to help tackle the 'national health emergency' of air pollution.
Plans to pedestrianise part of Oxford Street have been backed by a majority of the 22,000 people who responded to the latest consultation but the authorities have pledged to look at issues of safety and accessibility raised by the public.
Neil Gibson, first vice president of council directors’ body ADEPT, gives his views on what makes successful partnerships between local authorities and suppliers.
The RAC has said it fears that roads will suffer further degradation following last week’s freezing conditions and that spring may see nearly as many potholes as daffodils.
Strategically-placed road signs can help tackle air pollution by prompting drivers to turn their engines off at traffic lights, new research has revealed.
An independent review has found ‘a strong case’ for bringing the law on causing injury or death by dangerous cycling in line with serious driving offences.
The chief medical officer for England has called on the Department for Transport (DfT) to agree with local authorities national standards for road charging if it were introduced, as part of her criticisms of the Government’s approach to tackling the issue of toxic air pollution.
National charity Cycling UK has expressed its alarm at a 'steadily worsening trend' of casualties after the latest figures showed that 64 cyclists were killed or seriously injured in one year in accidents attributable to potholes.
The Government has commissioned a detailed review of driving laws to clear the way for the introduction of self-driving vehicles.
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.