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A nationwide survey has highlighted significantly different response times by councils when it comes to filling in the most severe potholes, with three quarters adopting a risk-based approach.
Environment minister Therese Coffey has threatened Bristol mayor Marvin Rees with legal action if he does not meet new deadlines for a plan to tackle air pollution in the city.
Switching off street lights for part of the night would help moths and other nocturnal pollinators, new research has found.
In early April, more than 10,000 movers and shakers in the world of highways and transport will converge at the NEC for Traffex 2019 and Parkex 2019, where 350 exhibitors will showcase the latest products, concepts and services.
London mayor Sadiq Khan has launched what is said to be the world’s most advanced and comprehensive network of air quality monitors, which co-opts Google’s Street View cars to build up a ‘real-time, hyperlocal image’ of pollution in the capital.
The Future of Technology has been on show at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, and Transport Network has been there to see what it means for the ITS industry in the Talking Transport Podcast.
The Attorney General has cleared the way for a new inquest in the case of a nine-year-old girl whose death has been linked to illegal levels of air pollution.
The Government’s new clean air strategy aims to cut the costs of air pollution to society by nearly £2bn every year by 2020, although critics have warned that it lacks detail.
Diesel, Brexit, and a sales slump in China, mean Jaguar Land Rover is set to cut £2.5bn in costs.
Benjamin Graham - communications executive for Sygnal, a leading onboard WiFi provider for the passenger transport industry - discusses the hows and whys of making sure your transport is digitally connected.
Anyone reading the Government's 2017 consultation on reducing tolls on the Severn crossings would have realised that abolishing them altogether was out of the question. And yet...
London mayor Sadiq Khan has admitted he was told in July that Crossrail was in 'serious risk' of delay.
Following the explosive claims at last week's London Assembly meeting about the delays to Crossrail, Chris Ames asks whether politicians' claims that they did not get a clear picture deserve any credence.