Network Rail has completed a project to install new railway signalling at Stafford over the bank holiday weekend.
The government has proposed an amendment to the HS2 hybrid Bill to allow the deep-bored Chilterns tunnel to be extended by 2.6km, ending just past South Heath.
A 14-metre diameter tunnel boring machine has arrived on site in Hong Kong as part of the construction of a new transport link.
Bids are being sought for civil engineering work worth up to £35M on canals across Scotland.
Plans to print remove-by dates on the back of temporary road signs have been revealed as part of a drive to declutter Britain’s highways.
A £2.5M contract for the ground investigation work along a 45.8-kilometre section of the A9 road has been handed out by Transport Scotland.
Crossrail has released a series of photographs showing how it is storing thousands of soil and rock cores from beneath London in a massive salt mine in Cheshire.
An architect-designed fuel station has been hailed as the first step towards a network of infrastructure that meets the needs of electric cars.
Lancashire County Council has released a tender notice for the £110M construction of the Preston West Distributor Road.
Mott MacDonald is to supervise the construction of two sections of the A1 motorway in Poland.
Recruiters of temporary and permanent staff think there are plenty of employment opportunities in the rail sector, in spite of Network Rail’s travails. Ben Cronin reports.
Snaking its way across the Languedoc landscape in southern France the Nîmes-Montpellier bypass is an innovative concept for a new high speed rail line.
Infrastructure in 2014: Transport
In 2014 Crossrail will reach the halfway mark and begin to move from heavy civils towards a focus on tunnel fit-out and railways systems.
Rail travel is set to be transformed over the decade - a transformation that applies just as much to the stations as it does to the network.