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The Government today launched a £260m package to help local authorities tackle air pollution.
Rail services between Manchester and Buxton have resumed after Network Rail engineers removed 15 foot long icicles that formed in a railway tunnel.
Local authorities should improve the quality of footpaths to encourage people to be more active, a public health body has said.
Exclusive: Whitehall has released just a tiny fraction of the roughly £2bn paid by employers under the Apprenticeship Levy launched last April to boost jobs and skills, Transport Network can reveal.
The Scottish Government is facing calls to adapt its approach to the Bellwin emergency scheme to help cash strapped councils hit by extreme weather.
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The Hemming Group, publishers of SMART Highways and Highways magazines and the organisers of the Traffex suite of events, has signed an agreement to produce the ITS (UK) Annual Review.
The Scottish Government has announced a new, six-month delay on the troubled £745m Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR) project.
Steve Gooding, former director at the Department for Transport and current director of the RAC Foundation, argues that highway maintenance still does not get the support it deserves.
Exclusive: Whitehall has released just a tiny fraction of the roughly £2bn paid by employers under the Apprenticeship Levy launched last April to boost jobs and skills, Highways can reveal.
The final Inside Intertraffic podcast sponsored by SWARCO is online now and features a range of issues being seen and discussed at the RAI in Amsterdam.