Business leaders in the Midlands are calling for improved rail links in the region, similar to the proposed improvements for the north of England.
China could invest £105bn in UK infrastructure over the next decade, according to a new report.
The world’s urban infrastructure is being transformed by cycling – and these changes have been showcased in a new book.
Another landmark has been celebrated on the £14bn Crossrail project.
Political and business leaders in Stoke-on-Trent have created a video stating their case for HS2 to be re-routed through the West Midlands city.
Transport for London has provided more detail on the proposed Silvertown Tunnel ahead of a consultation starting on the scheme tomorrow, 15 October.
London Underground (LU) has unveiled the design for the new automatic Tube train, which will come in to service from the mid-2020s.
The winners of an ‘engineering selfies’ competition, aimed at promoting the profession in London, have been announced.
Councillors at Cambridgeshire County Council have voted unanimously to pursue Bam Nuttall for a further £31M of claims relating to the troubled guided busway scheme.
An Arup team has created a proposal for a floating cycleway on the Thames in London.
The ambitious Gulf Co-operation Council railway scheme will run for 2,200km across the Middle East and is initially priced at £175bn, but procurement and securing an overall delivery body remain concerns. NCE reports
In the 10 years since the Highways Agency started operating England’s strategic roads network there have been some significant changes. Jon Masters reports.
As ever, there has been plenty of rumour about what is likely to be announced in the Autumn Statement. Damaging road schemes are set to be a key part.
While we may marvel at the speed and alacrity with which China has expanded its high speed rail network, its progress in road building has been even more impressive. In 2012 and 2013, China opened more than 10,000km of new expressway (motorway) each year and this year already more than a further 8,000km has been opened.
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.