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Brexit: Theresa May to face cabinet showdown over deal

Theresa May faces a crunch cabinet meeting later today as she tries to win colleagues' support for a draft Brexit agreement between the UK and EU.
14 November 2018/Number of views (111)

Jesse Norman named new transport minister as department shuffles the pack

Jesse Norman has been promoted to transport minister following the sudden resignation by Jo Johnson. 
14 November 2018/Number of views (253)

TfL and Bosch launch partnership to tackle transport problems of the future

Small businesses and start-ups will have the opportunity to work with renowned experts and use cutting-edge data to develop innovative transport solutions.
12 November 2018/Number of views (368)

Transport minister Jo Johnson quits over Brexit

Transport minister Jo Johnson has quit the government, calling for the public to have a fresh say on Brexit.
09 November 2018/Number of views (279)

Alstom hits halfway point in repainting iconic train fleet

Alstom has hit the halfway mark in the huge job of re-painting and overhauling the UK’s fleet of iconic Pendolino trains, as the 28th train rolls out of Alstom’s rail facility in Widnes.
08 November 2018/Number of views (290)

Network Rail seeks partners for improved passenger journeys

Network Rail and the Transport Systems Catapult are seeking innovative solutions from UK based businesses which could help understand and improve passenger journeys.

02 November 2018/Number of views (603)

Crossrail delay: £350m loan for London route announced by government

London’s £15bn route, to be known as the Elizabeth line, had been due to open in December, but will now be launched in autumn 2019.
31 October 2018/Number of views (612)

Four million millennials can get new railcard

The new 26-30 railcard will go on sale before the end of the year - and this time it will be available to all four million eligible passengers, the rail industry has announced.
31 October 2018/Number of views (517)

HS2 burial site dig at London Euston begins

Archaeological work to remove 45,000 skeletons from a burial site to make way for HS2 construction has begun.
31 October 2018/Number of views (389)

A Budget for Britain’s future - what the Budget 2018 means for logistics and transport

In his final budget before Brexit, Phillip Hammond, Chancellor of the Exchequer, declared: “Britain is open for business.

29 October 2018/Number of views (860)


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