The Highways Agency intends to equip an English motorway to test wireless charging of moving electric cars.
The government has reached a financial deal on building nearly 500 new carriages on the route between London and Scotland with a consortium of Hitachi Rail Europe and John Laing, the Department for Transport (DfT) announced on Wednesday.
Record levels of air pollution will continue to plague the UK, experts have warned.
The Chancellor in his Budget has confirmed the cancellation of the fuel duty rise scheduled for September.
In an interview with James Forsyth of The Spectator, Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin admitted that the HS2 legislation won’t be through parliament before the next election.
Heathrow’s new £2.5 billion Terminal 2, which opens to passengers on 4 June 2014 is the result of five years’ building work on Europe’s biggest construction site.
Foreign hauliers will be charged to use UK roads under the HGV Road User Levy, which is being brought in nearly a year ahead of schedule.
Councils are to receive their share of a £183.5 million government fund to pay for road repairs following recent severe weather. It is hoped that most of the damage can be fixed before the summer holidays.
The HS2 chairman has said that the scheme's benefits to the north of England could be achieved six years ahead of current projections.
Despite almost one fifth of transport operatives fearing a skills shortage, just six per cent are prioritising investment in their workforce, according to a new survey from global legal practice Norton Rose Fulbright.
UK car production increased 3.1 per cent last year to its highest level in five years, data from the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT).