The Transport Select Committee has urged the government not to ignore safety concerns regarding ‘all lane running’, where the hard shoulder is converted into a running lane.

The UK government has signalled that it could step in to financially support the Londonderry to London air route following the announcement that current operator Ryanair is to stop serving the route at the end of March 2017.

The RMT union has confirmed that Virgin Trains East Coast workers will stage a 24 hour strike on Monday 3 October.

The train Coradia iLint, created by French company Alstom, gets its energy from combining hydrogen stored in tanks with oxygen in the air.

All members of the UN Security Council agreed that more should and could be done to improve aviation security across the world.

Southern Railway workers are to stage 14 days of strike action in five blocks in the long-running dispute over the role of conductors on trains.

The government is considering introducing harsher penalties for drivers caught using their mobile phones behind the wheel, in a bid to improve road safety standards.

Network Rail has announced it will expand its Advanced Apprenticeship scheme to recruit an additional 140 apprentices, due to begin training in March 2017.

The UK government has invited Derry City & Strabane Council to put forward proposals to sustain the Londonderry to London air route, following the recent announcement by Ryanair that it would stop serving the route and the end of March 2017.

The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) has called on the government move quickly to set out a realistic timetable for delivering HS2.

Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has launched the new one-hour 'Hopper’ bus fare, which aims to reduce travel costs for millions of Londoners.

Passengers using the Southern rail network face disruptions as workers on begin a 48 hour strike to protest changes to the role of conductors.

A trial that saw longer lorries used on British roads is expected to have saved over 3,000 tonnes of CO2 while reducing congestion.

Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has announced a new slimmed down TfL board that aims to better represent the diversity of the city.

There will be space for an additional 20,000 passengers in the West Midlands to travel into London and Birmingham through the introduction of of longer trains, according to an announcement from the Department for Transport (DfT).

The funding will provide up to 75 per cent of the cost for construction of new stations or to reopen previously closed stations.