National Highways partners with The Wildlife Trust for a £6 million Network for Nature programme that will improve habitats across the East of England.
The Cheshire West and Chester County Council e-scooter trial has been extended until 30 November 2022, with e-scooter riders in Chester having travelled 180,000 miles.
Construction firm VolkerFitzpatrick has been appointed by Transport for West Midlands (TfWM) to build three railway stations on the Camp Hill line in south Birmingham.
Nottingham Council have introduced a new Oyster-style contactless ticketing system, which is the first in the country outside of London.
Funding will support projects to decarbonise local highways infrastructure across the UK.
National Highways is to invest in enhancements to the Cornish landscape alongside the A30.
Regional Transport body Midlands Connect launches its Strategic Transport Plan for the Midlands called ‘Greener, Fairer, Stronger’ at its annual conference in Birmingham.
The Welsh Government’s not-for-profit transport delivery partner, Traveline Cymru has signed deal with Transport for Wales (TfW) to improve public transport information.
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