Diego Oliva has been appointed as a Non-Executive Director of National Highways.
Local authorities can now run their own bus services, as the Scottish government has commenced powers in the Transport (Scotland) Act.
The consultation on TfSE draft strategic investment plan launched on 20 June 2022 and the council are hosting a number of events to keep the public informed.
Lee has agreed to continue to support the transformation of active travel for the next 15 months through her new role.
Plans to transform bus services over the next three years include introducing more transport safety officers and a streamlined fare structure as part of £88 million package of measures.
The government is closing the plug-in car grant scheme to new orders after supporting the sale of nearly half a million electric cars.
West Midlands Cycle Hire (WMCH) proves popular with more than 30,000 e-bike user rides since it was launched last December.
On 14 June Terminal 4 will reopen to travellers for the first time in over two years. This is part of Heathrow’s plan to increase airport capacity in time for summer.
HS2 revealed the design for its new state-of-the-art maintenance hub, which will bring around 180 jobs to Calvert in Buckinghamshire.
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