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Rail and local roads rapped by Transport Resilience Review

22-Jul-2014 | By Will Mann

The performance of the rail network and local authority roads has been criticised by the Transport Resilience Review, published today.

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HS2 boss urges engineers to embrace new technology

22-Jul-2014 | By

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.

Roger Lawrence

West Midlands creates new transport authority

18-Jul-2014 | By Will Mann

The West Midlands has created a new authority to drive investment in transport projects in the metropolitan county.

Cycling infrastructure spending should rise five-fold, say MPs

18-Jul-2014 | By Will Mann

Cycling infrastructure spending needs to increase five-fold, according to the Transport Select Committee.

Matthew Hancock

Hancock takes construction minister role | Full details of Government reshuffle

15-Jul-2014 | By Will Mann

Matthew Hancock has been appointed the new construction minister, following David Cameron’s ministerial reshuffle, after Michael Fallon was moved to defence secretary.

Two Lower Thames Crossing options to be developed in detail

15-Jul-2014 | By Will Mann

The Government will undertake detailed planning in two possible locations for a new crossing of the lower Thames to the east of London, Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin has announced.


Crossrail extension to Reading “will save £10M”

15-Jul-2014 | By Will Mann

Crossrail’s extension to Reading will mean savings of £10M, due to changes in the project’s scope.

Government reports 15% saving on infrastructure costs

15-Jul-2014 | By Will Mann

The Government has delivered cost savings of over £3bn on infrastructure projects since 2010, according to the third annual report of the Infrastructure Cost Review.

Winning sustainable transport fund bids unveiled

14-Jul-2014 | By Will Mann

Local transport schemes around the UK will benefit from £440M of investment, after the government announced the successful bids for funding from a central pot.

Thames Estuary airport hit by three more damning reports

14-Jul-2014 | By Will Mann

Plans for the Thames Estuary airport have been dealt another blow after three new reports said costs are likely to soar by billions of pounds above previous estimates.

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Rail: Acton on track

22-Jul-2014 | By Jon Masters

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.

Trailblazer: Rail was an early  adopter of collaboration principles

Rail: The shared advantage of collaboration

17-Jul-2014 | By Julie-Anne Ryan

The rail industry has been among the first sectors to adopt the new British Standard for collaborative working. Report by Julie-Anne Ryan.


Ian Patey

Connected and autonomous vehicles – who’s liable?

10-Jul-2014 | By Ian Patey

Autonomous vehicles have moved from the pages of the technical press to mainstream media in recent months; no longer being seen as fanciful or speculative, they are being seen more and more as inevitable.

Alan Price

Asset management is vital to improving the performance of Britain’s railways

2-Jul-2014 | By Alan Price

Network Rail, in April, embarked on a new five-year plan with challenging targets to deliver a safer, higher performing and more efficient railway by 2019.

Infrastructure in 2014: Transport


Infrastructure in 2014: How Crossrail is set to transform London

12 December 2013 | By Terry Morgan

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.

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Infrastructure in 2014: Stations offer a new branch of business

12 December 2013 | By

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.

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