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A council is saving thousands of pounds and generating extra income by removing pay and display parking machines and shifting to cashless payments.
Former chancellor George Osborne has called on the prime minister to commit to HS3, a high speed rail line across the north from Liverpool to Hull.
London mayor Sadiq Khan has confirmed that Transport for London (TfL) is setting up a commercial trading arm to sell its technical and operational expertise to cities around the world.
Geoff Marshall and Vicki Pipe have completed an epic journey to visit 2,563 railway stations across Great Britain. James Drury catches up with the pair to find out what life was like riding the rails.
Highways England has announced its preferred routes for a £300m package of works to improve the 115 mile stretch of the A47 between Peterborough and Great Yarmouth.
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Ford is offering up to £7,000 off the cost of new vehicles as part of a scrappage scheme to promote the use of greener cars and vans.
Council leaders have called on the Government to develop a 'congestion strategy’ to address the economic drain caused by traffic jams as well as the knock-on impact of pollution.
Ringway is collaborating with the London Borough of Hounslow and supply chain partners in a unique trial of both electric vehicles and cutting-edge electric charging point technology that uses street lighting columns.
A partnership between Colas and two US companies is seeking to save roadworker lives with what is thought to be the world’s first Autonomous Impact Protection Vehicle (AIPV).
Paul Thompson of Saint-Gobain PAM, explains why local authorities should use the Road Surface Treatments Association’s (RSTA) new Code of Practice for Ironwork Installation and Refurbishment.