Rishi Sunak and Boris Johnson privately backed the same road-pricing schemes the Conservatives are now attacking the London mayor over.
Kids in one of London’s poorest boroughs, Newham, are struggling to breathe. So why is the London Mayor pushing ahead with a new road tunnel that could make the situation even worse?
FairFuel UK is leading the charge against the Labour mayor’s expansion of the Ultra Low Emissions Zone – which will hit the most polluting vehicles including trucks and lorries
From the weekly Bienkov Briefing on Byline Supplement. The vast majority of those polled – 84% – back nurses’ strike action for a bigger pay rise and trust striking rail workers over the Government
The warning comes as diesel prices have shot up – leading to dramatic losses in profits for transport operators, reports Nafeez Ahmed
As Government funding for London’s transport network dries up, so do promised improvements to access – with just 33% of the Underground step-free
In order to achieve net zero, the country needs to reimagine how people move around its cities, observe Jon Bloomfield and Patrick Willcocks
Military personnel are being asked to compensate for persistent HGV driver shortages in the wake of Brexit and the COVID-19 pandemic, Sam Bright reports
Significant amounts of public money have been invested in the company, yet the Government hasn’t declared any conflicts of interest, reveals Sam Bright
Two former senior members of staff claim that they were sacked after they sought to reveal the true property costs of the project
Despite a dramatic reduction in rail travel due to the pandemic, no review has been conducted into the rationale for the £100 billion project, reports Sam Bright
Private rail operators are still making millions of pounds, despite the difficulties caused by the Coronavirus pandemic, reports Sam Bright
Stuart Spray has the details of HS2’s latest attempt to defile the British countryside
Dr John Ashton, a former director of public health, warns that the Government must get back on track with its evidence base and messaging around the pandemic if it is to be prepared for a second wave.
As HS2 prepares to fell ancient woodlands in the bird breeding season, Natural England’s response to using hawks to deter nesting birds is “lame and inadequate” says Chris Packham.
New guidance published by the Department for Transport reveals the upheaval a ‘no deal’ Brexit will cause for those looking to drive in EU countries.
Half a million cars avoiding tax is leading to over a hundred million pounds of lost revenue reports David Hencke. The abolition of the need for every car and van in the UK to display a car tax disc has led to the tripling of the number of untaxed cars and soaring prosecutions and fines…
Part Two of David Hencke’s investigation into the human and financial cost of MP Chris Grayling’s long list of now infamous blunders – in his current position as Transport Secretary.
John Mitchinson explores the transformational contribution, too easily overlooked, by the labourers who built the country’s canals and railways.
If you are asked to get off a stranded train by the driver you would think it was safe. But not according to the latest rail accident report… 450 passengers were asked to leave a broken down train on the London Overground at Peckham Rye in South London almost a year ago. But a recent…