Combined authorities no longer need permission from the transport secretary to implement bus franchising following the passing of the Bus Services Bill
A strategy to improve air quality suggests that car and van use may be a better place to start than those who use diesel commercially
Polling shows that railway nationalisation “is very popular with the public, including many Conservative voters” writes Mike Indian
Creation of an independent rail regulator for India has been approved
There is a very useful Brexit timeline, which sets out the various stages of negotiations.
The FTA is preparing a policy recommendations document that will cover the big political issues that affect the freight industry
PT’s ‘Whitehall insider’ thoughts on private sector funding
Demand for passenger rail services is still rising, despite the impact of poorer performance and industrial relations problems, says analyst Chris Cheek
“Transport has a big role to play in the challenge of tackling air quality,” according to Director of the Urban Transport Group Jonathan Bray.
The number of Indian train drivers failing alcohol tests at work has tripled in three years, writes Hugh Tomlinson.
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