Network Rail has warned its major suppliers that some of them will have to rebuild their businesses as subcontractors as it slashes the number of main contractors it works with.
Contractor Balfour Beatty is re-engineering a major Southampton road junction to improve safety for cyclists. It is hoped that the Southampton junction could be a template for others across the UK.
Investigators probing this week’s fatal train crash on the New York City Metro rail network still to examine the condition of the tracks and signals near the accident site.
Proving the economic case for cycle safety schemes is the key to getting them built, according to Balfour Beatty Living Places urban design manager Simon Taylor.
A construction products chief was expected to tell MPs this week how materials suppliers can help make roads safer for cyclists.
A four week public inquiry into the proposed construction of the Northern Line extension began last week.
The Commons Transport Select Committee is to investigate cycling safety after a sixth cyclist was killed in London in a fortnight.
Development of plans for High Speed 2 (HS2) will call for £50M of ground investigation work over the next four years, according to documents published in the Official Journal of the European Union (OJEU) this month.
The government this week published the hybrid bill for phase one of the High Speed 2 (HS2) rail scheme ahead of its reading before parliament on Monday (25 November).
Doubts about the future of major new road improvements surfaced this week after the Highways Agency shelved plans to introduce hard shoulder running on the M60.
Contractor Carillion is gearing up to handle work under the Highways Agency’s latest framework which covers professional services and projects worth a total of £5bn
Business lobby group London First is devoted to making the capital the world’s best place to do business. Chief executive Baroness Jo Valentine explains why infrastructure investment is key to this ambition.
A £32M roads job wouldn’t normally make many waves, but for Colas and Volker Fitzpatrick their project to move and improve the A45 alongside a £33M lengthening of the runway at Birmingham Airport is highly significant.
Infrastructure in 2013: Transport
With High Speed 2 in judicial review, plans for the Thames Tideway Tunnel about to go before the Planning Inspectorate and the very future ownership of Britain’s highway network up for debate, the challenge of uniting short-term public need for economic growth with long-term sustainable infrastructure development has never been greater.
For England’s strategic road network 2013 is a year of rapidly increasing capital investment, says Highways Agency boss Graham Dalton
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