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Govt asks Highways England to do more to get traffic moving

A minister has asked Highways England to improve the speed at which it re-opens sections of the strategic road network after incidents as new data suggests traffic jams on motorways and A roads costs the economy £9bn a year.

  • Manchester unveils £200m  framework

    A host of contractors have landed places on Manchester City Council’s £200m Highways and Infrastructure Construction Works framework.

  • Arundel Bypass 'could be next Twyford Down'

    Nine national campaign groups have written a joint letter to transport secretary Chris Grayling about what they called the ‘devastating’ impact of a planned bypass for the A27 at Arundel, Sussex.

  • Grayling boards delayed train to hail £5.7bn bi-mode fleet

    The transport secretary has hailed the launch of new bi-mode (diesel/electric) Intercity Express trains on the Great Western Railway route, but the trains’ inaugural journey was marred by a late departure, an even later arrival and faulty air conditioning.

  • TfL consults on two Overground stations at Old Oak site

    Transport for London (TfL) has published plans for two possible new London Overground stations Old Oak and Park Royal in west London, linking to the Elizabeth Line (Crossrail) and HS2.


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