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The Department for Transport has announced it is on the hunt for a company to design, build and maintain a fleet of high speed trains for Britain’s HS2 network, a move which is set to cost £2.75 billion.

Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has called for the trouble stricken Southern Rail franchise to be handed over to Transport for London (TfL), saying his team are ready to tackle the current strike action.

The Department for Transport (DfT) is working with consumer expert Which? on measures to improve ticketing information for passengers and make it easier for people to choose the best value fare for their journey.

The department announced that it wants to make sure that penalty fares appeals bodies are completely independent of the train operating companies and their financial owners.

Bus operator First West Yorkshire has pledged £71 million to provide a fleet of 284 low-emission buses to the city of Leeds by 2020.

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