Katherine Smale's stories
20 year Midlands rail hub plan launchedSubscription
A new 20 year strategy to create a Midlands rail hub and create capacity for 6M more passenger journeys has been launched.
Engineers proud to march at PrideSubscription
Workers from across the construction industry were out in force for last weekend’s Pride event in London under the #BuildingEquality banner.
Old Oak Common forced to suspend CEO searchSubscription
The Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation (OPDC) is suspending its search for a new chief executive.
Transport for the North’s (TfN) strategy director has revealed an alternative plan for the electrification of the Trans-Pennine line.
Plans to build a metro line beneath Cambridge have been dismissed as “destructive, disruptive and prohibitively expensive” in an independent report commissioned by the National Infrastructure Commission (NIC).
The fates of two electrification schemes could be heading towards completely opposite conclusions.
The reactor technology which will be used in the controversial Hinkley Point C nuclear power plant has been connected to the grid and has started generating power in China.
Colas boss swaps UK for USSubscription
The boss of the UK arm of Colas is stepping down at the beginning of September to take a new executive role in the Colas in the US.
Whoever said engineers are too boring for TV will now be eating their words.
The Commons transport select committee has urged the government to revive three electrification projects which were scrapped last year.