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Key to ending violence against women on transport recommendations published

A new set of recommendations have been published by two leading female transport professionals, on making the transport network safer for women and girls.

08 March 2022

Collaboration from electric networks to support decarbonisation of Scottish transport

Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) Distribution, SP Energy Networks and EV fleet and battery storage specialist Zenobē have worked collaboratively through Scotland’s Bus...
08 March 2022

Bid for 159 electric buses for the Oxford area submitted

Oxfordshire County Council this month applied for £32.8 million from the Zero Emission Bus Regional Areas (ZEBRA) scheme.

08 March 2022

Safety barriers on busy motorways updated

National Highways is starting work on a series of enhancements on more than 60 miles of dynamic hard shoulder motorway by upgrading the central reservation safety barriers.

08 March 2022

Transport sector hiring squeeze for 2022, new research reveals

The transportation labour market had an increased shortage of candidates and will continue on this trajectory throughout the year because of Covid-19 and Brexit, according to new research from...
08 March 2022
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5G Goes Live at the Port of Felixstowe

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.

03 March 2022

Pay As You Go travel arrives on Tyne and Wear Metro

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.

03 March 2022

Border's Bulletin

The Cabinet Office has provided the latest news from the Government relating to UK borders following the introduction of full import controls on 1 January 2022 and ahead of the SPS controls being...
02 March 2022

Sponsored news: Drivers feeling impact of IR35

Evidence that lorry and delivery drivers are being caught inside of IR35 rules is growing, according to outsourced payroll specialists HIVE360.
02 March 2022
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Over £150 million provided to protect local transport

The government has allocated funding which will help local bus and light rail services across the country as millions of passengers return to the network after the pandemic.

02 March 2022

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