A303 Stonehenge project delayed after archaeological finds

There will be another delay on the decision to approve the Stonehenge Tunnel project after more archaeological finds that need to be investigated, according to the Department for Transport (DfT). An announcement on whether the £1.7bn scheme should go ahead, was due to be made today but the DfT has said the decision will now […]

London boroughs innovate to provide safe active travel options for the city

Many London boroughs are making proactive changes to local roads, paths, high streets and open spaces by introducing measures such as wider , pavements, pop-up bike lanes and cycle and bus-only corridors, according to a London Councils and LEDNet survey. All London boroughs have now received funding from TfL’s Streetspace for London scheme and DfT’s […]

Uber boss “optimistic” about London licence

The head of Uber in the UK says he’s “optimistic” that the firm will win back its licence in London when the case comes to court in September. Jamie Heywood, Uber’s general manager for the UK, Northern and Eastern Europe told the financial paper City AM, “I am optimistic. I think we need to continue to […]

Claims speed cameras are placed to make money, not save lives

The body which overseas the police and fire services has called for more human enforcement on the roads, and claimed cameras can be put in places to raise money rather than where they would reduce accidents. In a new report, Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services say that despite the high […]


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