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Transport for London (TfL) will only carry out “essential” road projects for the next two years, with the transport body admitting the move could lead to more closures and restrictions.
Network Rail has unveiled details about how renewals work will be procured under its new devolved structure, to be introduced for the start of control period 6 (CP6).
Safety body Scoss has issued a stark warning that the fire that destroyed a Liverpool car park could happen again.
Lendlease has won the race to become HS2 Ltd’s Euston Station master development partner (MDP) in a deal worth up to £40M.
Highways England has published the tender documents for a maintenance and response contractor deal worth £326M in north west England.
Water damage could have caused the collapse of an Italian building site last week, a geotechnical expert has told New Civil Engineer.
The National Infrastucture Commission (NIC) has raised concerns about the government’s failure to firm up timetables or funding plans for Crossrail 2 and Northern Powerhouse Rail.
A joint venture featuring Balfour Beatty has landed a massive $1.95bn (£1.4bn) contract to design, build, finance and operate (DBFO) a new automated people mover at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX).
Transport union RMT has warned Network Rail that progress to stop trains dumping raw excrement onto tracks in England and Wales has been “far too slow”.
Network Rail has delayed the publication of a list of possible third-party funded rail enhancement projects, with chief executive Mark Carne citing the collapse of Carillion.