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MPs see hope for isolated communities in pooling transport budgets and quality contracts

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22 July
Lee Baker MPs want a large-scale pilot of a 'total transport' scheme where different transport budgets held by health, social...
21 July
Lee Baker The Labour Party has agreed to adopt a new policy to extend the benefits it says have been brought by the East Coast public...
18 July
Lee Baker MPs have said that spending £10 per head on cycling within six years is essential if more journeys are to be made by...
16 July
Lee Baker The DfT today faces calls for increased spend on transport networks in South-West England and northern England in order to...
15 July
Lee Baker The Prime Minister has appointed his child abuse adviser Claire Perry MP to the DfT as transport minister to replace Stephen...
15 July
Lee Baker Stephen Hammond, transport minister for less than two years, is reportedly to be replaced in the Prime Minister's reshuffle...
14 July
Lee Baker Local sustainable transport fund projects have been allocated a further £65m so they can continue into the next...
11 July
The london Borough of Wandsworth is to hold a design competition for a new pedestrian/cycle bridge across the Thames despite...
11 July
Cyclists and road danger reduction campaigners have welcomed Transport for London’s decision to end the use of...
11 July
Andrew Forster Councillors in Cambridgeshire have approved revised designs for bus stops on two busy roads in Cambridge as part of a...
11 July
Large numbers of lone drivers are using the High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) lanes in South Gloucestershire, according to...
11 July
A guided busway linking north-west London with Marylebone would be used by thousands of buses and coaches a day, according...
11 July
Andrew Forster Ministers this week gave the go-ahead to hundreds of local transport schemes across England in growth deals struck with...
11 July
Andrew Forster Discussions of rail developments in the capital often focus on the mega projects such as the Thameslink upgrade, east-west...
11 July
Andrew Forster Transport secretary Patrick McLoughlin has rejected the Highways Agency’s plan to operate a 60mph speed limit all day...
9 July
Lee Baker Transport secretary Patrick McLoughlin has challenged the engineering sector to prepare to deliver a £24bn roads...
9 July
Deniz Huseyin A new trade association has entered the private parking sector, offering enforcement firms an alternative to the British...
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