Bus services run by the public sector consistently outperform their private counterparts. So why have municipal buses been banned?
The chief executive of the Office of Rail and Road explains how regulation can help to deliver value for money for taxpayers.
What does the future hold for freight?
The chief executive of HS2 Ltd, Mark Thurston, talks about executing the UK's biggest public infrastructure project in a generation.
London's Deputy Mayor for Transport explains why more government support for the UK’s capital is vital.
The Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Transport has outlined an ambitious spending plan for the next two years.
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Customer demands are evolving alongside technology. The transport industry must adapt its approach.
The minister resisted accusations of a funding gap in his first grilling by the Transport Select Committee, saying every investment must have a “business case”.
His claim that new bi-mode trains made electrification “unnecessary” was untested and uncosted, according to the government’s spending watchdog.
The UK transport sector must embrace the right technologies in order to satisfy changing passenger needs.