The West Coast Partnership will develop the existing InterCity West Coast (ICWC) operation and shape the development of HS2, with operation commencing in 2026.
An investigation, carried out by the BBC, has revealed that forged rail tickets are being sold online and can be used without detection.
Campaign group We Own It is calling on MPs to ‘take control of our buses’ by opposing the government ban on new public bus companies.
Integrating railway policing into Police Scotland would be ‘massively complicated’, police chiefs have argued.
More than 400 types of motorcycle helmet have been tested as part of an innovative government safety scheme designed to save lives.
A national campaign to encourage train passengers to report any unusual items or activity has been launched by Rail Minister Paul Maynard.
The Local Government Association (LGA) has warned that the time it would to fix the nation’s roads has risen by a third in a decade.
The government has approved the expansion of Heathrow airport, to include a third runway, in order to expand the UK’s airport capacity.
The road improvement schemes worth up to £20 million will create thousands of jobs and homes in the South West.
Businesses are invited to take part in a Network Rail challenge to show how satellites could identify ground movement across the UK rail network.
The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) has launched a new consultation on how to best introduce Clean Air Zones in key cities.
Research by the RAC Foundation has found that motorists made over 30,000 claims for vehicle damage as a result of poor roads in the last financial year.
A planned three day strike has begun on the Southern Rail service due to disputes over changes to the role of conductors.
The 6 mile ‘Eco-Expressway’ into Nottingham is planned to be completed by late 2017.
Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has announced plans for a series of new River Thames crossings, which he claims will provide ‘greener’ and more public transport focussed options for East and South East London.
TfL’s Direct Vision Standard, a world first, will use a star rating from 0 to 5 to rate construction vehicles and HGVs based on the level of vision the driver has
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