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High Speed 2 (HS2) chair Allan Cook has revealed that High Speed 2 was almost rebranded to reflect it solving a capacity challenge rather than speed.
The West of England Combined Authority (WECA) has approved a raft of transport improvements totalling £350M which includes developing plans for four new railway stations, a new stadium and bridge replacement.
An investigation by the US Occupational Safety and Health Administration into the fatal Florida bridge collapse has detailed a damning list of failings by the consultant, contractor, construction engineer and inspector.
Natural bridges inspire living structures designVideoSubscription
Research is being carried out in to the natural bridges in India to see how they can inspire and inform how living structures can be introduced in towns and cities around the world.
The western rail access into Heathrow Airport scheme has taken a step forward with Network Rail kicking off the search for interested parties to design and build the line.
Watch train run on Northern Line Extension for first timeVideoSubscription
A major milestone has been reached on the Northern Line Extension project with the running of the first engineering train through the entire length of the tunnels from Kennington to Battersea.
The Department for Transport (DfT) is to publish guidelines for a southern rail connection into Heathrow next month, over a year after it first invited bids for the route.
Plans for the world’s first timber stadium have been rejected by Stroud District Council over noise issues and the impact on the landscape of the planned site near the M5.
The chief financial officer for Transport for London (TfL) has justified the use of the now abolished-private finance initiative (PFI) on the upcoming Silvertown Tunnel project in east London.
Crossrail has reached a “major milestone”, after successfully running multiple trains in close formation through the tunnels.