For the first time in CILT(UK) history, we are recruiting a Next Generation professional to chair the CILT(UK) Annual Conference.
Former Secretary General of CILT and founding owner of Railnews, Cyril Bleasdale has died aged 87.
CILT was pleased to honour the winners of its 2021 Awards for Excellence at a special ceremony in London on 17 March
Oxfordshire County Council this month applied for £32.8 million from the Zero Emission Bus Regional Areas (ZEBRA) scheme.
A public consultation will be held by Cardiff Council on how the city can improve the transport network using data and technology.
The Port of Felixstowe has reached a significant milestone by becoming the largest UK port to deploy 5G technology and the Internet of Things (IoT) technology.
A collaboration between Google Pay and Nexus, the public body which operates the Metro, means customers can now get Pay As You Go travel on Android smartphones.
More environmentally-friendly heavy goods vehicles are allowed on Britain’s roads, after new Government regulations come into effect this week.
The Government has released a UK Single Trade Window discussion paper as part of its 2025 UK Border Strategy.
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