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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.
A self-described ‘independent thinker’, Huw Merriman believes he is not cut out for government. The new chair of the Transport Committee talks to Georgina Bailey about decarbonisation, levelling up fairly, and sticking his neck out
Representative bodies covering businesses, passengers, freight, and community groups have today published an open letter to Transport Secretary Grant Shapps, calling for him to kick-start an ambitious “rolling programme” of rail electrification, if the Government wants to deliver on its aim of decarbonising UK rail by 2040.
Heathrow has broken its annual apprenticeship record with nearly 1,100 apprentices having started their career journeys at the UK’s hub airport last year.
In the Spring Budget, we have the chance to deliver a bigger and better rail sector, that can help bring investment to towns and communities across the UK, writes Darren Caplan, Chief Executive of the Railway Industry Association.
The Railway Industry Association (RIA) has published its submission to the Spring Budget today, highlighting five ‘crunch points’ that could act as a barrier to ‘levelling up’ the rail network
A ban on new petrol and diesel cars could be brought in even earlier than planned, Grant Shapps has revealed.
Airlines are committed to investing heavily in green technology, but need Government support to build the plants and produce sustainable fuel up and down the country, says Tim Alderslade, Chief Executive of Airlines UK.
In his independent review, Douglas Oakervee recommended that the beleaguered HS2 rail project go ahead, but with a number of caveats.
IET welcome the announcement for the go ahead for HS2.
HS2 will shoot a poisoned arrow through the heart of our ancient woods and their wildlife, the Woodland Trust said today.
Let’s get on and build all the component parts of HS2 into a modern and reliable railway, says Transport Focus.
Conservative MPs have given a mixed reaction as Boris Johnson boasted he had the "guts" to press ahead with the controversial High Speed 2 rail link.
Today, the Prime Minister has made a statement on HS2.
APM recognises that many major projects can be controversial and it is therefore important to ensure that there is consensus around a programme of sustained, long-term major projects accompanied by adequate investment to ensure that economic and societal benefits are fully realised.
Go-Ahead look forward to continuing to work with Ministers on the development of a sustainable transport policy.
Heathrow warns it is set to fall behind Paris as Europe’s number 1 airport hub.
Boris Johnson is to give the green light to the entire High Speed 2 rail line - despite concern from Tory MPs about the project's spiralling costs.
Bus services and cycling routes are to receive a £5bn government boost as Boris Johnson sets about holding on to voters who switched to the Conservatives at the last election.
Whitehall officials are carrying out a study into the possibility of building a bridge from the British mainland to Northern Ireland, Downing Street has confirmed.
Giles Watling, MP for Clacton-on-Sea, has said that composite materials could ‘revolutionise’ the rail industry, on a visit to a company in his constituency, Dura Composites.
Passengers still find it too difficult to claim rail compensation, finds the independent transport watchdog, Transport Focus.