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The chair of a key committee of MPs has criticised the Government’s refusal to commit to maintaining air quality standards after Brexit and called its estimate of the carbon impacts of Heathrow expansion ‘a fantasy’.
The Government is seeking to delay publication of its draft air quality plan, due on Monday (24 April), on the grounds that it is prevented from doing so by the general election.
Five finalists have been unveiled for the second largest economics prize in the world – the £250,000 Wolfson Economics Prize 2017, which this year focuses on highways.
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AECOM has secured a contract with the Welsh Government to deliver design services for the new third crossing of the Menai Strait. Under the contract, ... Read more
The President of the AA is suggesting motorways could be sponsored and American-style adopt-a-highway schemes should be introduced to generate investment funds and pay for ... Read more
The Government should call a halt to all local shared space schemes pending “the urgent replacement” of national guidance to take into account disabled persons’ ... Read more
Transport for London has appointed the suppliers to provide its rapid charging points needed to, as the organisation puts it, make it easier than ever before to ... Read more
The Managing Director of Surface Transport at Transport for London has confirmed that the organisation’s Director of Asset Management Dana Skelley OBE is leaving at the end of ... Read more