Network Rail has said the storm-hit Dawlish railway line could re-open on 4 April, well ahead of schedule.
Transport links must go hand in hand with new housing says London First.
Coventry City Council this week decided to scale back plans for a £19M upgrade of the Nuneaton to Coventry rail line, blaming overheating in the signalling market.
Panama Canal locks contractor and client agree new funding arrangement.
Government will not rush construction of High Speed 2 (HS2) and the case for starting work from the North earlier was not as clear cut as some people believe, transport secretary Patrick McLoughlin told MPs this week.
Network Rail is to review whether it can bring forward the date for reopening the storm-damaged line at Dawlish next week.
Storm repair pressure must not divert focus from major projects, says new HS2 boss
Contractor agrees to restart lock work after client agrees interim payment.
Britain will be unable to cope with air traffic volumes in the second half of this century unless it has an airport with four runways, says a report published this week
Transport secretary Patrick McLoughlin is to lead a targeted review of the resilience of Britain’s transport network to extreme weather events in the wake of recent flooding.
Cantilever formwork travellers have speeded up construction of two dramatic bridges on Europe’s new high speed road network.
Concrete is at the heart of the repairs to the Great Western Railway at Dawlish in Devon after the devastation caused by last month’s floods.
The government is hell bent on creating more traffic, despite dirty air for those living near busy roads
Plans for hard shoulder running on congested sections of motorway have shone a light on dangerously poor air quality that those living near busy roads routinely face. Rather than planning for a massive increase in cars, the Government needs to clean up its act and protect communities from dirty air.
At first sight, Liverpool and its region does not fare too badly from High Speed 2 (HS2). Journey times to London will be reduced by 28 minutes and there will be a doubling of frequency. But we at 20 More Miles are not happy.
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.