The Homes and Communities Agency has submitted plans for the next development phase of Northstowe new town, in Cambridgeshire.
Glasgow is set for a huge infrastructure spending injection, after Chief Secretary to the Treasury Danny Alexander signed a £1.2bn investment deal for Scotland’s largest city.
Skills minister Nick Boles has also been given responsibility for construction and rail.
A new footbridge over the River Lea in east London has been craned into position.
Politicians should do more to talk up the role of engineers in boosting the UK’s economic success – that’s the message new strategic roads minister John Hayes is eager to drive home.
London mayor Boris Johnson has set out plans for more than £1 trillion investment in the capital’s infrastructure.
A new competition has been launched to identify infrastructure ideas for northern England.
Liverpool has launched a campaign to bring the HS2 network to the city.
The performance of the rail network and local authority roads has been criticised by the Transport Resilience Review, published today.
Engineers must innovate more and be more willing to embrace new technology if they are to remain relevant and well regarded by the public, the chief engineer behind High Speed 2 (HS2) said last week.
A project to remodel tracks to the west of London has been underway for the last three years, in preparation for Crossrail trains to run on the existing rail network, as Jon Masters discovers.
The rail industry has been among the first sectors to adopt the new British Standard for collaborative working. Report by Julie-Anne Ryan.
Over the past two decades, London has been transformed by a transport revolution. Great new places have been created and existing centres have been reanimated by a massive expansion and reinvigoration of public transport provision across London.
Ministers have proclaimed the first round of the £2bn Local Growth Fund as the centrepiece of a new decentralised approach. But many of the projects receiving money are reheated old schemes which central Government ditched over 20 years ago in the face of widespread public opposition.
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.