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Ministers are inviting eight English cities to bid for a share of £6.5m to improve safety for cyclists as part of the Government’s controversial cycle safety review.
Mansfield's District Council has relaxed its 24-hour ban on cycling in the town centre, which it said was introduced ‘to tackle anti-social cycling at busy times’.
Ministers face yet another challenge to their plans to cut illegal levels of air pollution from road traffic after a judge ordered a High Court hearing in the new year.
The chancellor has announced that he is extending the National Productivity Investment Fund (NPIF) to boost transport and infrastructure.
Ministers now intend to give Transport for the North (TfN) statutory status in April – later than TfN had planned.
Former convenor of Edinburgh council’s transport committee has said councils should not take on large public procurement projects like the city’s tram network.
Transport for London (TfL) has announced that it will not be renewing Uber’s licence to operate in the capital – with the full backing of mayor Sadiq Khan.
Seven out of ten drivers are more likely to drive by than park somewhere they can only pay by phone, potentially driving customers away from struggling high streets, according to the AA.
New petrol and diesel cars are set to be banned from 2040 as part of a new air quality plan that includes consultation on 'targeted' diesel scrappage scheme.
Ministers have announced the winning bidders to help build the first phase of HS2, awarding contracts expected to be worth £6.6bn.