Emily Ashwell's stories
MPs investigating the collapse of Carillion have claimed that the watchdogs appointed to monitor government contracts are “more Johnny English than James Bond”.
Gallery | Dundee's spectacular V&A museum opensSubscription
The Arup engineered V&A Dundee is to open to the public this weekend.
Galliford Try has ruled itself out of working on two of Highways England’s complex infrastructure projects: the Stonehenge Tunnel and Lower Thames Crossing.
Network Rail is putting “electrical earmuffs” on lineside equipment to combat the electrical interference from the new bi-mode trains set to run on the East Coast Main Line with its signalling equipment.
WSP to build case for trans-Pennine tunnelSubscription
Highways England has appointed WSP to build the strategic case for the trans-Pennine tunnel ahead of the road operator announcing its second road investment strategy (RIS2).
London transport bosses have vowed to press ahead with Crossrail 2, despite a delay of up to a year in the central London section of the original Crossrail line.
A failure of voltage transformers led to a delay in the dynamic testing of trains in Crossrail tunnels from October last year to February this year, which in turn kicked off the chain of delays which led to Crossrail’s opening being put back up to a year.
Transport bosses to be grilled over Crossrail delay Subscription
The heads of Crossrail, Transport for London and the Mayor of London Sadiq Khan are today set to face the London Assembly for questioning over why Crossrail is delayed by up to a year.
World’s first autonomous tram to take to streetsSubscription
The world’s first autonomous tram is to be launched by Siemens on a 6km section of city tracks in Potsdam in Germany this month.
Highways England’s bid to dual the A30 Chiverton Cross and Carland Cross in Cornwall is being officially considered for a development consent order.