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Grayling slashes rail fares for a generation of rail passengers

A brand new rail card that extends half-price child rail fares to 16 and 17 year olds has been announced by Transport Secretary Chris Grayling.
02 January 2019/Number of views (509)

East Midlands Airport flies out more than a million Christmas parcels every day

More than a million packages were flown in and out of East Midlands Airport each night.
02 January 2019/Number of views (547)

Rail fares rise by 3.1% in England and Wales

Rail fares have increased by an average of 3.1% in England and Wales.
02 January 2019/Number of views (518)

Contractor appointed to build London Overground extension to Barking Riverside

The 4.5km extension of the Gospel Oak to Barking line, one of the major projects in TfL’s Business Plan, is an intrinsic part of the Barking Riverside development.
02 January 2019/Number of views (615)

New project explores how Guide Dogs and autonomous delivery robots interact on UK pavements

The charity Guide Dogs and Starship Technologies have announced the findings of a test to explore the impact that autonomous technologies will have on visually impaired people using guide dogs.

19 December 2018/Number of views (680)

Bristol airport plans to expand by a third by 2025

Airport bosses want up to 12 million passengers a year to use Bristol by the mid-2020s and said operational changes were needed to cope with the demand.
19 December 2018/Number of views (762)

MPs want to halt smart motorway rollout over safety concerns

The rollout of smart motorways, where the hard shoulder has been permanently converted into a fourth lane, should be stopped, a group of MPs says.
19 December 2018/Number of views (989)

Porsche uses electric truck

A clean, quiet drive to the factory: Porsche has commissioned a fully electric MAN eTGM for logistics operations at its Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen site.
19 December 2018/Number of views (760)

Mayor and TfL launch bold plans to reduce congestion, clean up polluting taxis and tackle London’s lethal air

The Mayor and TfL have unveiled a package of measures to reduce air pollution and congestion in central London, with the aim of protecting Londoners’ health.
19 December 2018/Number of views (909)

Government funded electric car chargepoints to be smart by July 2019

All government funded home chargepoints for electric vehicles must use innovative ‘smart’ technology from July 2019, the government has announced.
19 December 2018/Number of views (850)


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