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The Strategic Rail Authority is to amalgamate the three train operating franchises in the west country by 2006 it was announced last week.

Two thirds of Londoners want more bus lanes, more cycle lanes and better pedestrian facilities including more crossing places, a survey carried out by transport lobbyist Transport 2000 has shown.

Construction output in Britain will rise by 9% this year, with further increases of 7% in 2003 and 5% in 2004, according to Construction Forecasting & Research.

JMP Consultants is advising the London Borough of Richmond on the transport planning implications of the proposed redevelopment of the South Stand at Twickenham rugby stadium.

Construction orders in the twelve months to September 2002 rose by 5% according to figures by the Department of Trade & Industry

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