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The UK’s first flood barrier spanning a passenger rail track will form a key part of the £18M Newhaven flood alleviation scheme when it is completed next year.
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7 August 2014
Roads Reformer: New roads minister John Hayes calls on engineers to tool up for new investment era.
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10 December 2018Katherine Smale
The cost of the Crossrail delay is likely to be between £1.6bn and £2bn according to the emerging findings of an independent review by accountancy firm KPMG.
12 December 2018Rob Horgan
Sixty-six road bridges in Spain have “serious safety problems”, according to a government survey leaked to Spanish newspaper El Pais .
30 November 2018Rob Horgan
The office of Rail and Road (ORR) has praised Network Rail for having an “efficient” engineering works plan in place for CP6, running from 2019 to 2024.
7 November 2018Katherine Smale, Rob Horgan
Thirteen contractors have won places on Highways England’s £8.7bn Regional Delivery Partnership framework.
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