Next phase of improvements around major transport hub get underway

A major scheme to improve walking, cycling and public transport around Norwich train station will get underway from next week. The Transport for Norwich scheme will create a new transport hub outside Norwich train station and improve bus journey times to the station and city centre with the installation of a new bus gate on […]

Moray Council seeks feedback on six draft Town Centre Improvement Plans

Members of Moray Council’s Planning and Regulatory Services Committee have approved six draft Town Centre Improvement Plans for public consultation, supporting the regeneration of town centres across Moray. Recognising that many issues are common across most of the town centres in Moray, draft plans have been prepared for Aberlour, Buckie, Dufftown, Forres, Keith, and Lossiemouth.  […]

Cheshire East Council starts consultation on new active travel routes

Cheshire East Council has started a public consultation on its latest proposals to boost cycling and walking in the borough. The council wants to hear residents views on proposals for two new active travel projects – Manchester Road in Wilmslow and Handforth and Manchester Road in Tytherington. These two schemes secured the most support during […]

Go-Ahead’s carbon cutting initiatives gain top marks from CDP

The Go-Ahead Group has received an ‘A minus’ rating from CDP (formerly the Carbon Disclosure Project) for the second year in a row – the highest score of any UK public transport company. CDP is an international, expert group that reviewed more than 13,000 companies worldwide for its 2021 rankings. Go-Ahead has reduced CO2 emissions […]

TfL streamlines executive team

London’s Transport Commissioner, Andy Byford has restructured the organisation’s executive team, designed to best meet the coming challenges and opportunities as London prepares for a new phase of recovery from the pandemic. In a statement, TfL says the new structure is designed to ensure it is in the “best possible shape to become an even […]

​Future engineers “on right track” after Siemens sustainability competition

Siemens says it has uncovered engineering, technology and business talent through a competition to design the smart and sustainable transport system of the future. SustainaCity Racer challenged 50 students from 15 universities across the UK to design an intelligent, sustainable and interconnected network for a fictional city region, using a variety of transport types for […]

Collaborative working leads to reduced-disruption road solution

West Sussex County Council have detailed how collaboration between s developer, councillors, Highway officers and the MP for Mid Sussex led to a solution for reduced disruption while a busy road in Burgess Hill is closed. Fairbridge Developments (FDL) has revised closure plans for the Cuckfield Road/Fairbridge Way roundabout junction to improve access to businesses […]


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