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The Department for Transport (DfT) has not denied a report that it could take control of Crossrail if delays cause a further overspend against the project's budget.
Severe flooding has again caused havoc on the transport network, with Wales experiencing its worst flooding for three decades and new disruption to rail services in the South West.
The firm building the HS2 rail link has denied that it is three years late after campaigners claimed that it has yet to start on sections where work should have begun in 2016.
HS2 Ltd has released images for two new stations in the Midlands, which it said marks a significant milestone for the £56bn project, following claims that it is running up to three years late.
Council budgets will be cut by a third next year, causing 'dramatic' reductions in services, local government leaders have warned.
ADEPT and organisational consultants Proving Services have announced a new partnership that offers exclusive benefits to ADEPT’s local authority members.
County councils have warned of a need for greater strategic planning after the prime minister scrapped restrictions on authorities borrowing to build housing.
The Courts of Justice today ruled that all six legal challenges brought against the decision in June to back a third runway at Heathrow can go to a full hearing.
The Churchill Way flyovers in Liverpool city centre have closed after a routine inspection found several design and construction flaws.
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.