The new regulations will allow a one-off “amnesty” on airport slots rules, enabling airlines to plan ahead and deliver a realistic summer schedule.
The Chartered Institution of Highways & Transportation (CIHT) has elected Neil Johnstone as its new President for 2022 / 23.
Balfour Beatty VINCI (BBV), HS2’s civils partner, has opened the doors to its construction compound in Kingsbury, Warwickshire.
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.
The government has announced £15 million in funding to develop 9 Restoring Your Railway schemes.
Transport for West Midlands (TfWM) has secured £150,000 of government funding to take forward plans to open a new railway station at Aldridge.
Maidenhead-based logistics company Caddie Express becomes the latest shareholder member in the Pall-Ex Group by joining the Pall-Ex and Fortec networks.
Panattoni is set tospeculatively develop the final two units at its proclaimed sustainable logistics development in Aylesford, Kent.
HS2 has been granted planning permission by Birmingham City Council for two viaducts which will take the new high speed railway into Curzon Street Station in the city centre.
DHL Supply Chain announced it will be introduce 20 bio-LNG trucks into its M&S fleet, replacing 20 diesel trucks.
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