transport planning

DfT bats away concerns over networks policy

07/03/2024

The transport secretary has laid a revised policy statement on national road and rail networks before Parliament, providing a new framework for government to decide on English development consent applications.

£4.7bn local transport cash to support 'smaller cities and towns'

26/02/2024

Local authorities in the North and Midlands have a year to prepare plans for a £4.7bn Local Transport Fund, which is mainly capital funding and can be used for road schemes.

Live Labs 2 goes live with Birmingham expo

08/02/2024

A 'must-attend' event in April will bring together the key parties in ADEPT’s £30m Live Labs 2 programme, which is trialling new ways to accelerate the decarbonisation of local highways infrastructure and assets.

UK risks being stuck in EV ‘slow lane’

06/02/2024

The Government must do much more to speed up the transition to electric vehicles if it is to meet its net zero targets, including extending support for the rollout of charging infrastructure.

£1bn Tees Valley transport package puts focus on roads

17/01/2024

Tees Valley mayor Ben Houchen has unveiled a £1bn transport package for the region, funded by City Region Sustainable Transport Settlement cash, with the majority set aside for roads.

No more (Lord in) waiting for Davies as Vere departs

15/11/2023

Lord Davies of Gower has been appointed as a junior minister in the Department for Transport, replacing long-serving minister Baroness Vere.

Norman and Holden leave DfT in reshuffle

14/11/2023

Ministers Jesse Norman and Richard Holden have left the Department for Transport as part of a cabinet reshuffle that began with the sacking of Suella Braverman as home secretary.

King's Speech soft pedals on transport measures

07/11/2023

The Government will bring in an automated vehicles bill in the new parliamentary session and legislate to deal with unlicensed pedicabs, King Charles has announced in a King’s Speech that also included a pledge to publish a rail reform bill in draft form.

Gilbert 'to drive customer-centric culture' at Amey

30/10/2023

Amey has appointed Danny Gilbert as transportation strategy director, with responsibility for long-term strategic growth across its Transport Infrastructure business unit.

NIC calls for traffic curbs and mass transit boost

19/10/2023

The Government’s infrastructure advisers have called for measures to reduce traffic in cities, including congestion charging and workplace parking levies, but warned that they should not be put in place until there is a viable public transport alternative.

Sunak announces 20mph review in 'fight for motorists'

02/10/2023

The Government has announced plans to discourage English local authorities from bringing in 20mph and traffic reduction measures, billed by the prime minister as ‘slamming the brakes on anti-car measures’.

Where's the bill? ITS industry reminds Sunak of pledge

07/09/2023

More than 50 businesses in the intelligent transport sector have written to the prime minister to call for the Government to move forward with a Future of Transport Bill in the forthcoming King’s Speech.

Declan to complete a decade as ORR chair

01/09/2023

Declan Collier is to be reappointed as chair of the Office of Rail and Road for a further five-year term, transport secretary Mark Harper has announced.

Transport planners write to PM in defence of LTNs

09/08/2023

The Transport Planning Society (TPS) has written to prime minister Rishi Sunak in defence of low traffic neighbourhoods (LTNs) and other active travel and modal-shift schemes in the wake of the Government's push-back.

Lord elevated to lead TfL permanently

07/06/2023

Interim Transport for London commissioner Andy Lord has been appointed to the role permanently, TfL and mayor Sadiq Khan have announced.

Scottish transport minister Stewart steps down

07/06/2023

Scottish Government transport minister Kevin Stewart has stepped down for the sake of his mental health, having been in post for just over two months.

Manual for Streets gets a Smart sister

27/04/2023

A new guide to provide guidance to support local authorities in implementing technology that supports traffic management and the operation of streets has been launched.

Armitt to extend NIC contribution

11/01/2023

The Government has reappointed Sir John Armitt as chair of the National Infrastructure Commission for a further two years.

Euston Road faces years of disruption for HS2

11/01/2023

Transport for London has warned that works related to the new HS2 station at Euston could cause disruption to Euston Road for years.

New committee chair promises 'horizon-scanning'

22/11/2022

Conservative MP Iain Stewart has been elected as the new chair of the Transport Select Committee, replacing Huw Merriman, who is now a minister in the Department for Transport.

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