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Heathrow Airports Holdings Ltd has begun the tendering process for work on its £17.6bn third runway, despite the government having not yet given the project the green light.
A £58m pilot project to run trams on railway lines in South Yorkshire is running a year behind schedule, Network Rail has revealed.
Network Rail has appointed Jo Kaye as its director of network and strategy planning.
A senior High Speed 2 director has rejected claims that chancellor George Osborne moved the goalposts by apparently inviting Chinese bids for civils contracts, saying the company had been engaging with firms from China for the past 12 months.
Heathrow Airport Ltd has released images showing what its third runway could look like if the government gives it the go-ahead.
Chancellor George Osborne has launched a new infrastructure commission to be led by former Labour transport secretary Lord Adonis.
In the UK we have a rich engineering heritage stretching back to the industrial revolution, and proven ability in delivering major projects - Sir John Armitt writes for the ICE’s Infrastructure Blog.
Businesses will have watched the Labour leadership contest with a mixture of bemusement and alarm.
With Sir Peter Hendy’s appointment as chair of Network Rail, one of the plum jobs in transport comes onto the market for the first time in almost a decade.
New Highways England CEO Jim O’Sullivan explains what he expects from contractors and the government and why the client won’t fall into the same traps as Network Rail.