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Multimillion pound government funding boost for cycle safety

Cyclists in a number of cities will benefit from a £7 million government investment in projects to improve road safety, helping create more bike-friendly areas.
19 February 2018/Number of views (16)
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£3.6 million invested in rail improvements

£3.6 million funding has been offered to 10 projects that will transform rail passenger travel, developing and demonstrating technologies that will improve the passenger experience.
16 February 2018/Number of views (177)
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New timetable launched to improve services on the tram network

Customers will experience a more regular service with reduced waiting times from Sunday 25 February.
16 February 2018/Number of views (261)
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Sheffield City Region welcomes Hope Valley line plans

A long-awaited scheme that will reduce delays and improve reliability for trains on the congested Sheffield to Manchester route is one step closer.
14 February 2018/Number of views (238)
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How is London responding to technological innovation?

The London Assembly Transport Committee report ‘Future Transport: How is London responding to technological innovation?’ has been published.
14 February 2018/Number of views (248)
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Busiest ever January at London Stansted as transformation works begin

London Stansted Airport is celebrating a strong start to the year, with more than 1.8 million passengers travelling through the terminal during the airport’s busiest ever January.
14 February 2018/Number of views (232)
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Government funding boost for bus industry in drive to improve air quality

Funding will be awarded to 20 local authorities as part of the Clean Bus Technology Fund.
14 February 2018/Number of views (390)
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London Bridge goes digital as free Wi-Fi arrives at the station

Millions of station users are set to benefit from the launch of free Wi-Fi in London Bridge station.
14 February 2018/Number of views (167)
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Network Rail reveals significant investment in its five-year plan

The plan will drive economic growth, jobs and housing by delivering a better railway for the millions of people who rely on it.
14 February 2018/Number of views (583)
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Birmingham and Coventry to get clean and green buses to tackle exhaust fumes

More than 400 buses in Birmingham and Coventry are to be fitted with pollution busting technology thanks to grants totalling £4.5 million.
14 February 2018/Number of views (195)
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