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Local authorities must be involved in transport planning in the north of England to ensure increased connectivity delivers sustainable growth, planners say.
The RAC has blamed the recent bad weather for a rise in pothole-related breakdowns, but warned the full extent of the problem remains to be seen.
The Government has announced a change in legislation that will ensure free bus passes for older and disabled people will be protected for the future.
Amey has begun work on a £5.4m project in Birmingham to deliver a 4km two-way, fully segregated cycle route linking Selly Oak and the University of Birmingham with the city centre.
Drivers in the UK’s cities have been issued with over one million penalty notices each year since 2015 for driving in bus lanes, new research reveals.
Council leaders have hit back against claims local authorities are reneging on sustainable transport because they are allowed to ‘mark their own homework’.
Local authorities across Wales are to share £25m to help support local bus services.
The amount of traffic caused by the number of Light Goods Vehicles (LGV) on the roads has increased by 20% over the last five years, new analysis has revealed.
Manchester City Council could be forced to repay thousands of bus lanes fines after an internal review discovered some charges were issued too late to be legally valid.
Four committees have called on the Government to force the car industry to contribute to a new clean air fund to help improve air quality.