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The full opening of Crossrail could now be delayed until 2021, it has been reported.
London Assembly members have accused the charity behind the Garden Bridge project of an ‘an outrageous evasion of scrutiny' after it failed to turn up to a hearing on the fiasco.
A campaign group is seeking contributions to a checklist that can assess new housing in terms of how well it avoids car-dependency.
Transport Network speaks to Helen Aluko-olokun, policy business partner at Guide Dogs, about inclusive mobility and whether the tide has turned against shared space.
The Department for Transport (DfT) has given details of how councils are spending the extra £420m for local road maintenance announced in the Budget, including repairing a historic bridge.
Transport for London has sold its Crossrail (Elizabeth Line) trains in a lease-back arrangement to help raise £1bn capital to pay for new Piccadilly line trains, the first of which will appear in London from 2023.
The Government has published a consultation on how best to support private investment in infrastructure, including an alternative to PFI.
Labour’s shadow transport secretary has accused the Department for Transport of ‘paying lip service to climate change’ and pledged that a Labour government will align the department’s priorities with its commitment to tackle the issue.
The first section of brand-new signalling set to transform nearly half of the Tube network has begun operation, Transport for London (TfL) has announced.
The final SWARCO-sponsored Talking Transport from Traffex and Parkex 2019 looks to the future.
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.
Heathrow Airport has announced record passenger numbers after eight consecutive years of growth, despite being declared 'full' - and in need of a new runway - five years ago.
Kurt Rowe, Associate and Motor Technology lead at national law firm Weightmans, argues that while the EU's speed limiter measures should be applauded, this is first and foremost an opportunity to urgently address a data-sharing framework for insurers.