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Government sets out vision for future of UK aviation

Shaping aviation to help boost economic growth, connectivity and skills will be at the centre of a new strategy to prepare the industry for the next three decades and beyond.

21 July 2017/Number of views (192)

New improvements for rail passengers in Wales, the midlands and the north

The DfT is setting out plans for new trains on the Midland Main Line, Great Western Main Line and in the Lake District with increased seats and better on-board facilities.

20 July 2017/Number of views (254)

Finalists announced for Brake’s Fleet Safety Awards 2017

Safety-conscious organisations from across the globe have made it through to the final stage of Brake’s Fleet Safety Awards 2017.
19 July 2017/Number of views (304)

Update on the Airports NPS and a decision on night flights

Chris Grayling produces a written statement to Parliament about the progress on the Airports National Policy Statement and the decision on a new night flight regime.

19 July 2017/Number of views (482)

UK Power Networks gets into gear with UPS to deliver more electric vehicles

UK Power Networks and UPS are set to increase the number of electric vehicles operating from one of central London’s biggest depots by almost 50%.

19 July 2017/Number of views (350)

Update on European Air Operator Certificate

The accreditation process is now well advanced and easyJet hopes to receive the AOC and licence in the near future.
19 July 2017/Number of views (262)

New operator just the ticket for Metrolink

Greater Manchester’s Metrolink tram system has welcomed a new operator on-board to run the iconic network.
19 July 2017/Number of views (394)

First Bristol bus operator's restrictions removed

The removal of the restrictions means the firm no longer has to abide by out-of-date rules concerning competition of bus service contracts.

19 July 2017/Number of views (360)

Is it a plane? Is it a library? No it’s a flybrary!

easyJet have launched a new initiative to launch flying libraries following new research that suggests that the number of children reading for pleasure is at an all-time low.

19 July 2017/Number of views (374)

Rail companies adopt most transparent train punctuality measure in Europe

Britain’s rail companies are working together to adopt the most transparent measure for train punctuality of any railway in Europe as part of the industry’s drive to improve services.
19 July 2017/Number of views (327)


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