TransportAll the latest construction news from the transportation sector from Construction News
Latest Transport News
Ealing council has given the green light for a series of improvements to Ealing Broadway station, despite strong opposition to the plans.
Japanese consultant Nippon Koei could spark a bidding war for Hyder Consulting after it made an acquisition offer which Hyder’s directors will recommend to shareholders.
Balfour Beatty has been awarded a £75m ECI deal two years ahead of construction starting on the A63 Castle Street Hull improvement scheme.
The Homes and Communities Agency has appointed Lagan Construction Group to build an access road for the £13m Capitol Park development in East Yorkshire.
Proposals to extend Crossrail to Hertfordshire are being considered by the Department of Transport, the secretary of State Patrick McLoughlin is expected to announce later today
Mayor of London Boris Johnson has launched a consultation on a long-term infrastructure plan for London that could cost £1.3tn to 2050.
It’s 20 years since Bellway Homes acquired a stake in 179 ha of land in the Thames Estuary and seven since outline consent was granted for 10,800 homes. As London faces a housing crisis, why have only 350 new homes been completed at Barking Riverside?
Austerity, HS2 and electioneering are all having different effects on highways work, says Eric Wright Civil Engineering MD Diane Bourne.
The north-east of Scotland has been economically buoyant ever since the discovery of offshore oil and gas. With construction still booming, how can contractors take advantage and what challenges will they face?
From tackling an unexpected cutting collapse to improving saturated ground, the project has thrown up a range of challenges.