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New regulations governing bus safety in London ‘do not go far enough’, according to the London Assembly’s transport committee.
Courts of Justice today ruled that all six legal challenges brought against the decision in June to back a third runway at Heathrow can go to a full hearing.
The West Midlands will pioneer new transport schemes to make journeys ‘quicker, cheaper and cleaner’ following a £20m funding announcement.
One of the country’s largest bus and rail operators has called for the creation of a national strategy to address the sharp fall in the use of buses.
Prime minister Theresa May has announced £840m investment in public transport links as part of the £1.7bn Transforming Cities Fund.
Driverless vehicles could lower need for private vehicle-use and free up thousands of hectares of land for development, according to consultants.
Birmingham, Greater Manchester and Oxford have all committed to procure only zero-emission buses from 2025 in a bid to reduce air pollution and make their cities ‘healthier.’
The two councils covering Oxford have struck a deal that will see the city council provide routine highway maintenance services on behalf of the county.
Jeremy Corbyn has pledged £10bn to build a cross-country high-speed rail link if elected.
The Government is not doing ‘nearly enough’ to improve the state of the roads in the UK, road users say.