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A government promise to slash rail fares is being stalled by a row between the Treasury and the Department for Transport, it has been reported.
Anthony Smith, chief executive of the independent watchdog Transport Focus has responded to the Chancellor’s Budget.
The threat of Coronavirus is an increasing challenge for the UK and Heathrow are working day and night to ensure Britain’s front door is open and safe for their people and passengers, says Heathrow CEO, John Holland-Kaye.
The Chancellor will unveil a £2.5billion investment to fix 50 million potholes over the next five years in the Budget.
New polling has today revealed that a majority of those in Britain think that the Government is not doing enough to invest in the UK’s trading infrastructure.
The Railway Industry Association (RIA) has welcomed a letter from the Transport Secretary to Parliament’s Transport Select Committee published today, which claims that Government “will ensure that lessons are learnt from previous electrification schemes and those currently underway” to ensure value for money for taxpayers.
Heathrow has announced that this year, tougher charges will be applied to all flights that arrive and depart within the Night Quota Period from 23:30 to 06:00. The charges will disincentivise activity between the identified hours.
Flybe has collapsed after ministers rejected a call for fresh funding to tide the airline over following a cash crisis.
Heathrow and the wider aviation industry should take today's decision as a wake up call, writes Shadow Secretary of State for Transport, Andy McDonald MP.
Heathrow say they will appeal to the Supreme Court and are confident they will be successful.
The Government’s plans to allow a third runway at Heathrow airport have been ruled unlawful for failing to consider the environmental impact of the scheme.
Passengers are calling for better information ahead of this weekend’s closure of London King’s Cross.
Heathrow expansion will boost economic prosperity, fulfilling the Prime Minister’s vision of a Global Britain.
Regular commuters who don’t use trains every day of the week are being short-changed. It’s time to modernise ticketing and make fares fair, writes James Cartlidge MP
Today, Heathrow announces that Scandinavian Airlines System (SAS) has taken the top spot in ‘Fly Quiet and Green’ league table for Q4. The airline has now held pole position three consecutive quarters, highlighting the carrier’s efforts to improve operational performance and invest in greener and quieter A320neos.
Definitive action is needed if we are to address the seismic breach in consumer trust around performance on the railways, writes Jack Brereton MP
Investing in active travel will help the Government tackle congestion, improve public health and reduce damage to the environment
It’s time to remove the roadblocks to greener motoring and put Britain at the forefront of facilitating the use of EVs
Fed up of road signs that are missing information or hidden by overgrown trees? The independent road user watchdog today (Monday 24 February 2020) launches a new nationwide campaign, Sort My Sign, to encourage England’s road users to report poor road signage.
Heathrow has announced it’s become one of the world’s first major aviation hubs to become carbon neutral, for its infrastructure, and the first to target zero carbon by the mid-2030s.