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The final concrete pour on the Mersey Gateway’s south approach viaduct has been completed by Webster - a 1,700 tonne machine, ‘which looks and operates like a giant Meccano set’.
The Local Government Finance Bill has been dropped from the legislative programme, leaving plans for business rates retention in limbo and some councils disappointed.
On International Women in Engineering Day, 23 June, Roma Agrawal, associate director at AECOM, takes a look at the gender imbalance in infrastructure and asks what can be done.
A major report for government on the Southern Rail debacle identified industrial relations as the main cause of failure, as unions signal further industrial action.
Laura Fox, HR coordinator at Connect Plus Services (CPS), explains what her company is doing to break down gender barriers in highways and transportation.
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Council directors, campaigners and motoring groups have praised London mayor Sadiq Khan’s draft transport strategy, which includes a single per mile charging system for the capital’s road users.
This week’s hot weather has seen councils sending gritters out to spread granite dust on roads to help prevent them melting in temperatures of around 50 celsius.
The Queen’s speech saw the Government prepare to take high speed rail to the North and reiterate commitments to develop the driverless and electric car industries, while also boosting protection for national infrastructure security.
The new Queensferry Crossing across the Forth will finally open at the end of August, the Scottish Government has announced.
London mayor Sadiq Khan is considering introducing a single per mile charging system for all London’s drivers as part of plans for the future of transport in the capital.