Sir Richard Branson has urged the Department for Transport (DfT) to cancel all rail franchising competitions.
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Labour is launching a new policy to reverse cuts to 3,000 bus routes in England and Wales.
Crossrail might not open to passengers until 2021, more than two years after services were originally due to commence, it has been reported.
Rail staff could be forced to take industrial action if pensions are threatened after firms were barred from bidding for franchises, a union has warned.
A historic bridge in west London has been closed to traffic after “critical faults” were discovered in the structure.
Virgin Trains is set to disappear from Britain’s railways after the Government disqualified its bid to continue operating trains on the West Coast Main Line.
More than £200 million will be allocated to English councils to improve road surfaces, the Department for Transport (DfT) has announced.
The Department for Transport is urging councils to remove road signs that are pointless or unnecessary in a bid to save money and improve conditions for drivers.
Provisional data from the Department for Transport suggests that deaths related to drink-driving are at their highest level since 2009 – but arrests for the offence have halved in the last decade.
The airline industry needs to address gender imbalance among pilots, according to the aviation minister.
The Government has paid £33 million to Eurotunnel to settle a legal action over the award of Brexit contracts to ferry firms, including one which had no ships.
Eurotunnel has withdrawn its legal claim against the Department for Transport (DfT) over post-Brexit ferry contracts after reaching an agreement worth up to £33 million, the Government has said.
Buses, coaches and minibuses would be banned from using tyres aged 10 years or older under Government proposals.
The UK maritime industry is to use virtual and augmented reality in seafarer training as part of Government plans to innovate in the sector.
The number of electric cars in use around the north-east has grown in the past year.
Train companies will publish more real-time information to enable tech firms to develop better travel apps, under plans announced by the Government and the rail industry.
Dozens of motorists across the north and north-east have more than 12 points on their licence but are still driving on the roads.