Balfour Beatty has installed the last of six spans of the new Festival Viaduct which forms part of Network Rail’s £45M Reading Viaduct project.
Dutch engineers have unveiled a radical idea for a tilting lock to allow tall sailing boats to pass under bridges without them having to lift.
London mayor Boris Johnson’s ambitious plans for a 29km cycle superhighway across London have split opinion this week.
The third shipment of lock gates for the Panama Canal expansion project has arrived on site.
Balfour Beatty has won the £70M contract to complete and fit-out the new Crossrail station at Woolwich.
London Mayor Boris Johnson’s plan for a 29km ‘Crossrail for bicycles’ has prompted a lukewarm response from the road transport industry.
The hugely complex refurbishment of London’s troubled Hogarth Flyover finished ahead of schedule this week after six weeks of frenetic 24/7 working.
Train services have today restarted on the Cambrian Coast railway between Harlech and Pwllheli following the storm-disrupted rebuild of a key bridge.
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.
Few would argue that transport is the lifeblood of any city – a vibrant economy depends on the efficient movement of people, goods and data.
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.
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.