Tag : Transport
Civils 4.0 | Five to Watch at TechFestSubscription
Five visionary ideas are improving civils delivery now and in the future were set to be among those on show at TechFest in London.
Low Carbon Leadership | SwecoSubscription
An initiative to manage carbon on a major infrastructure project has resulted in an upfront emission reduction of more than 35%.
Crossrail has confirmed that Elizabeth Line services between Paddington in central London and Abbey Wood in the south east of the capital will not open until autumn 2019.
Race on for £250M Liverpool transport frameworkSubscription
Merseytravel is on the hunt for contractors to join its £250M consultancy services framework.
TfL spent almost £300,000 on its Gloucester Road eggy artwork, New Civil Engineer can reveal.
NIC chair claims HS2 needs £43bn extra funding Subscription
Transport projects around the country need an additional £43bn more funding by 2040 to be able to realise the benefits of High Speed 2 (HS2), National Infrastructure Commission chair Sir John Armitt has said.
What is the single biggest challenge faced by infrastructure clients today? And how can the civil engineering profession help overcome it?
Lighthouse | Inclusive infrastructureSubscription
Waterloo Station (pictured), an icon of Victorian design and a stalwart of transport infrastructure in London and the South East, reached its 170th anniversary this month.
Leaders across the north of England have called on the government to bring forward the delivery of Northern Powerhouse Rail (NPR) and “significantly” increase funding to £100bn by 2050.
Inspiring Interchanges | Joined up thinkingSubscription
The National Infrastructure Commission’s (NIC’s) first national assessment of the nation’s infrastructure needs was published in July.