Transport InfrastructureNeal Skelton, head of professional services at ITS United Kingdom, discusses the role of intelligent transport systems during times of transport infrastructure spending cuts

High speed trainMoving to a contemporary, risk-based process for supplier assurance would make for an even safer and more cost-effective railway and world class supply base, says RSSB’s director of national programmes, John Abbott

Night trafficJohn Lewis, chief executive of the BVRLA, reviews the year gone by for the leasing industry and the wider fleet sector it serves, and predicts what the industry will look like in the year ahead

RoadWith petrol prices at record levels and the trend continuing upwards, drivers need to be aware of their impact on fuel consumption and make simple changes to become more fuel-efficient, writes Simon Elstow from IAM Drive & Survive

Completion of the initial phase of its government’s high speed rail study marks a monumental step forward for the Australian rail industry, and more importantly, for Australia as a nation

The recurrent and deeply unpopular problem of rail fare price increases can only realistically be addressed through increased investment in infrastructure upgrades, argues MP Graham Evans

Recurrent winter road damage has prompted the DfT to examine best practice when dealing with pot holes. The Roads Surface Treatments Association (RSTA) digs deeper into the issue

Kevin Clinton, head of road safety at the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA), shines a positive light on perhaps one of the most vilified tools in the road safety box

Road maintenanceCompulsory CE marking is coming. Howard Robinson, chief executive of the Roads Surface Treatments Association (RSTA) explains what to expect and what to do

Rail policyPhilippa Oldham, head of transport at the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, explains how the UK’s railways can once again become the envy of the world

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