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A second rights of way survey by ADEPT has found almost 90% of local authorities have dealt with reports of unlawful closures of rights of way by landowners throughout the lockdown period.
Localis chief executive, Jonathan Werran, takes lessons from history, politics and devolution to find insights into what place directors can do to promote prosperity in the COVID-19 recovery.
Some have suggested that the inexperience of drivers has caused problems on smart motorways. However, International Transport Specialists JJX Logistics Ltd tells Transport Network that well trained professional drivers are also raising concerns.
Former head of New York City Transit Authority, Andy Byford, will be London's new Transport Commissioner - returning to lead the capital's network after starting out there as a graduate trainee.
From 8 June, people arriving in the UK must self-isolate for 14 days to help slow the spread of coronavirus, the government has announced.
The construction industry’s leading procurement contract suite, NEC, has issued guidance for navigating its contracts during the coronavirus.
Tom Van Vuren, technical director and practice leader transport planning Australia at Mott MacDonald, discusses what the COVID-19 outbreak can teach us about transport modelling.
Highways England has re-opened the debate over the effectiveness of its current stopped vehicle detection (SVD) technology, claiming that it is ‘effective in all levels of traffic’.
Mark Lynam is director of transport, housing and infrastructure at Sheffield City Region and a director of the Institute of Economic Development. He argues we must seek to use the current crisis as an opportunity to encourage the move towards better travel choices.