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Contractors awarded work on stalled Network Rail projects will see their resources transferred to other schemes, the organisation has said.
The government was warned three years ago that High Speed 2 would be unaffordable alongside the Department for Transport’s other spending commitments, it has emerged.
The government is set to axe or delay a number of projects in Network Rail’s £38.5bn five-year investment programme following a string of work overruns and escalating costs.
A £144m extension to Edinburgh’s controversial tram system moved nearer this week with councillors set to approve a final stage of work on its business case.
Carillion, Eiffage and Kier have become the latest big hitters to form a joint venture to bid for work on High Speed 2.
The boss of Transport for London has ordered a review of the procurement of the Garden Bridge designer.
Transport for London is in the midst of delivering its biggest ever programme of work - but this throws up challenges for those contractors who want to work for the client, with a particular skillset needed.
A Highways England report has shed light on whether project bank accounts really are the answer to late payment.
The new project bank accounts review from Highways England is particularly welcome because it offers an impartial and informative view, from a major client, on whether a PBA delivers practical benefits.
Slammed by its regulator, under pressure from government and faced with growing contractor unrest, is Network Rail in crisis?