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Exclusive: High Speed 2 has insisted that civils work on the £42.6bn rail programme will start on time in 2018 despite an industry forecast that it would be delayed by at least two years.
Balfour Beatty has pulled out of a £75m electrification project for Network Rail after it said it would be unable to complete the work “on time and to budget”.
Labour leadership frontrunner Jeremy Corbyn has published plans to renationalise the UK’s railway.
Exclusive: Spanish infrastructure specialist Acciona has joined John Sisk and Lagan Construction Group in a joint venture that completes the list of firms competing for HS2 civils contracts.
Highways England CEO Jim O’Sullivan talks to CN.
Network Rail will have to pay £2m after the rail watchdog found it in breach of its licence agreement.
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.
Innovative bridge design and construction methods are helping to unlock Yorkshire’s economy.
Robert Meakin explains the evolving funding structure that will deliver roads up to 2020 and beyond.