Vicky Edmonds, director of environmental strategy at the Department for Transport (DfT), insists the Government is in listening mode.
Speeding offences are now at an 11-year high, according to new figures from the Department for Transport (DfT).
Expert Market has used Department for Transport and DVLA data to reveal that Kinross-shire in East Scotland has the most dangerous drivers in the UK.
A record number of firms are dissatisfied with the state of infrastructure in their region, according to the 2017 CBI/AECOM Infrastructure Survey
Plans for 26 road upgrades have been revised to reduce roadworks taking place in the same area of the network or on popular journey routes at the same time.
The government has set out details of its £80 million programme to introduce smart ticketing across the rail network in England and Wales by the end of 2018.
Tolls will be reduced for all drivers from January 8 next year following the return of the Severn Crossings to public ownership.
New Government proposals which would allow councils to charge utility companies by the hour to carry out works on selected routes have been announced.
The Government has given the green light for learner drivers to have lessons on motorways in a bid to improve road safety.
Councils in England have been awarded funding to refurbish bridges, improve junctions and boost flood defences.
The first of a new-style smart motorway emergency refuge area (ERA) is being trialled on the M3 in Surrey.
Local roads are set to benefit from a share in a multi-billion pound improvement fund as part of an investment strategy unveiled by the Government.
The Transport Committee is demanding further answers in the aftermath of the Volkswagen emissions scandal.
The transport secretary has approved a new crossing beneath the River Thames, claiming it will unlock billions of pounds worth of economic benefit.
Support announced as funding revealed to help develop the next generation of driverless and low-carbon vehicles.
Survey points to bleak future if adequate funding is not found to meet the needs of 21st century Britain.
The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) says it wants to focus on delivering “best-in-class customer services” to fleets as part of a three-year plan.
The number of potholes filled over the past year has dropped again for the second successive year, reports the Annual Local Authority Road Maintenance survey.
Government will use public sector fleets as test bed to determine way forward.
Traffic hotspots across England have been identified to receive millions of pounds for junction upgrades, roundabout improvements and better traffic signalling.
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