Up to seven out of 10 vehicles exceeded the speed limit on 30mph roads during the first coronavirus lockdown, according to new figures.
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One in six (18%) drivers admits to speeding above 100mph, a new survey suggests.
A controversial £1.7 billion plan to dig a road tunnel near Stonehenge has been given the go-ahead by Transport Secretary Grant Shapps.
A reduction in bus journeys has led to fears over the impact of passengers switching from public transport to cars due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The number of bus passenger journeys in England fell by 238 million in the year ending March 31, figures show.
Smart motorways have led to safety concerns, but highways bosses insist they are an effective way of boosting capacity.
Additional charges for rearranging advance railway journeys disrupted by Covid-19 regulations will be scrapped, the Department for Transport (DfT) has announced.
Legislation to fine lorry drivers £300 for entering Kent without a permit has been brought forward by the Government.
Plans to limit what new drivers can do on the road have been scrapped despite research suggesting it could save lives.
Train passengers are missing out on tens of millions of pounds of compensation for delayed journeys each year, new figures indicate.
Highways England is being rebranded as National Highways in a multimillion-pound Government-led move.
Smart motorways have led to safety concerns but highways bosses insist they are an effective way of boosting capacity.
New concerns over the cost of HS2 have been identified just six months after its budget was increased.
Four ferry companies have been handed government contracts worth a total of £77.6 million to provide post-Brexit freight capacity.
Demand for rail travel sank to mid-19th century levels following the coronavirus outbreak, new figures show.
E-scooters should be legalised in the UK within the next 18 months – provided they can be kept off pavements, MPs have said.
More than five million people will not be getting a refund or extension on their railcard, despite travel dropping dramatically since the start of the coronavirus pandemic.
The number of older people killed on Britain’s roads has increased by 9% in a year, figures show.
The UK’s first hydrogen train is set to make its debut on mainline rail tracks as the Transport Secretary prepares to unveil a green technology drive as part of the coronavirus bounce back.
New “recovery” contracts have been granted to Britain’s rail companies, marking the end of the franchising model introduced in the mid-1990s.
Rail franchising has been “ended” by extending measures introduced to keep trains running after the coronavirus outbreak, the Department for Transport (DfT) has announced.
Average speeds rose and delays plummeted on England’s roads when the coronavirus lockdown was introduced, according to new figures.
The majority of car drivers exceed the speed limit on 30mph roads, new figures show.
Drones capable of carrying 220lb (100kg) loads more than 620 miles (1,000km) are to be used to ensure the Isle of Wight’s hospital can maintain essential medical supplies in the fight against Covid-19.
More must be done to understand the risks posed by drones to public safety and privacy, with clearer penalties, the Government has been told by a group of MPs.
An Aberdeen councillor has slammed proposals that could lead to restrictions on young drivers fearing it could hit the north-east hardest.
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.