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Scotland can do high speed rail faster on its own - Salmond

Read the latest: An independent Scotland will not need to wait 30 years for high speed rail to be built by a Government in Westminster but will start work on the... continued

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24 April
Lee Baker An independent Scotland will not need to wait 30 years for high speed rail to be built by a Government in Westminster but...
23 April
The DfT has announced the scope of work for six feasibility studies into upgrading strategic roads around England from...
22 April
Lee Baker The Prime Minister and the Chancellor highlighted today that 200 road, rail, local transport and other infrastructure...
18 April
Lee Baker The DfT is facing High Court legal challenges from the Information Commissioner and campaigners after ministers used a...
17 April
Andrew Forster The Government’s policy of reducing fuel duty on road transport since 2010 has boosted the country’s GDP,...
17 April
Andrew Forster The Traffic Commissioners are proposing to give bus operators across Britain more leeway over what constitutes running...
17 April
Andrew Forster No more Puffin pedestrian crossings are likely to be implemented in London, Transport for London said this week, despite...
17 April
17 April
In the March edition of the journal Ethos, the BBC’s transport correspondent, Tom Edwards, attempted to answer on of...
17 April
Rik Thomas “WHY IS Britain such a dangerous place for walkers?” Guardian columnist Nick Cohen asked on 6 April....
17 April
Lee Baker The transport secretary Patrick McLoughlin has hailed the sealing of the £2.7bn funding deal to build a new fleet of...
16 April
Lee Baker The DfT has announced the extension of the Abellio Greater Anglia franchise to October 2016 after agreeing a £20m...
15 April
Lee Baker The design of lorry cabs are set to be changed to reduce the number of blind spots and to reduce the damage caused by...
15 April
Lee Baker Network Rail has warned the regulator against MPs' recommendation for a target to eliminate level crossing fatalities by...
12 April
Lee Baker The Highways Agency is telling drivers to not drive in motorway lanes with a red X displayed ahead of the opening of the new...
10 April
Lee Baker The Mayor of London Boris Johnson is arguing for a new cabinet post in the next Government to deliver infrastructure,...
10 April
Mark Moran Road safety campaigners, schools, disability and pedestrian charities and transport groups have joined councils in warning...
8 April
Lee Baker Labour leader Ed Miliband today vows to far outdo the Government on the devolution of funding for transport and other...
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17 April
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