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

The number of reported race hate crimes on British railways has risen following the vote to leave the European Union.

The freight industry is now more efficient than ever and showing continued improvements, according to the Fright Transport Association (FTA).

Regulated rail fares across the UK are set to rise by 1.9 per cent from January 2017.

Transport for London (TfL) has confirmed that British Transport Police (BTP) officers will be patrolling stations when night tube services begin.

The consultation on ‘Operation Stack’ lorry area opens today (15 August) and the Freight Transport Association is urging for it to stop future problems on Kent’s roads.

Local authorities are invited to apply for a share of a £2 million fund to develop projects that greatly enhance journeys using emerging technology.

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has confirmed plans for the first of a series of Low Emission Bus Zones, prioritising the greenest buses on the worst polluted routes.

Part of the A1 at Brownieside in Northumberland will be resurfaced using an innovative and environmentally-friendly method

A Twitter poll conducted by the Freight Transport Association (FTA) confirmed that most parents don’t want their children to become truckers, adding fuel to the driver shortage crisis

A £13.3 million road improvement scheme on the M181 in Lincolnshire has been given the green light.

Andrew Jones has been re-appointed as Transport Minister by Prime Minister Theresa May following her government reshuffle.

The government has announced £30 million worth of funding to support low emission bus technologies across England.

Transport Secretary Chris Grayling says he has “no plans to back away from the HS2 project"

Chris Grayling has been named the new Transport Secretary by Prime Minister Theresa May.

From September 2016, new MOT testers will need a nationally-recognised qualification.

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