Tour operator Thomas Cook has confirmed it is seeking £200 million in extra funding as it attempts to prevent a collapse.
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People with hidden disabilities can apply for blue badge parking permits from Friday.
A Government-commissioned independent review into HS2 will analyse whether and how the project should continue, the Department for Transport (DfT) has announced.
The competition for the next South Eastern rail franchise has been scrapped, the Department for Transport (DfT) has announced.
Hauliers face increased fines and civilian traffic officers will be handed more powers under proposals aimed at cutting delays at Dover in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
An Aberdeen councillor has slammed proposals that could lead to restrictions on young drivers fearing it could hit the north-east hardest.
The government should accelerate the introduction of graduated driving licences for learner drivers to reduce the number of road deaths, say safety campaigners.
A total of £348 million is being offered by Whitehall to councils in an effort to improve local road quality across the country.
A national examination of England’s local roads will be carried out amid concerns that poor markings are putting safety at risk, the Department for Transport (DfT) has announced.
Increasing the amount of ethanol in petrol sold in the UK would cut carbon emissions by the equivalent of taking 700,000 cars off the road, a report has said.
A review into the way the UK’s roads are policed is being launched in a bid to improve safety.
Oversight of Britain’s railways should be in the hands of one individual or body which is independent of Government, according to the head of a major review.
Increasing HGV speed limits in 2015 has saved businesses about £10 million per year and could have contributed to decreasing HGV-related crashes, a Department for Transport report suggests.
Labour is launching a new policy to reverse cuts to 3,000 bus routes in England and Wales.
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.