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Council-owned Stansted Airport is rethinking its plans for a new arrivals building in the face of fluctuating travel demand and political and economic uncertainty.
The issue of climate change and the scale of the challenge for local authorities and others in tackling it dominated the 2019 ADEPT Autumn Conference in the ancient city of Bath.
Amey is putting its environment and waste and utilities businesses up for sale, according to reports.
Infrastructure services group Jacobs has announced plans to hire around 2,400 after opening its new European flagship office in London at the Cottons Centre.
Transport secretary Michael Matheson said connected and autonomous technology has the capacity to reshape communities after he rode groundbreaking automated bus technology on the opening day of CAV Scotland.
The South East Local Enterprise Partnership (SELEP) is to provide £7.1m for the construction of a £12m underpass below a railway line in Grays town centre in Essex.
Politicians need to change the way they present planned infrastructure improvements to ensure that residents support them, a metro mayor has said.
Council place directors have joined with their social services and public health counterparts to call for better overall funding and prevent infrastructure cash being repeatedly raided.
Top academic researchers have said development of the Oxford-Milton Keynes-Cambridge arc will require a shift from road to rail.
A global innovation programme from WSP has highlighted radical engineering actions needed to cope with ongoing demographic, social and environmental changes.
An American expert gives a 10-point plan to solving your public sector data issues - or at least solving the problems of getting started.
Chris Ames spoke to the five councils with the biggest deficits on their parking accounts and found that many see parking more as a service than a revenue stream.
When rain and floods hit South Yorkshire early in November, Amey, which provides highway maintenance services to Sheffield City Council through the £2bn ‘Streets Ahead’ PFI contract, was in the front line. Transport Network gets a briefing on its efforts.