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The number of reported race hate crimes on British railways has risen following the vote to leave the European Union.

The freight industry is now more efficient than ever and showing continued improvements, according to the Fright Transport Association (FTA).

Regulated rail fares across the UK are set to rise by 1.9 per cent from January 2017.

Transport for London (TfL) has confirmed that British Transport Police (BTP) officers will be patrolling stations when night tube services begin.

The consultation on ‘Operation Stack’ lorry area opens today (15 August) and the Freight Transport Association is urging for it to stop future problems on Kent’s roads.


What role will electric vehicles, renewable energy and smart grids play in the ever‑transitioning 21st century city? Robert Evans, CEO of Cenex, investigates

Innovation and supportive policy over the last decade has transformed the bus sector from being a part of the problem of poor urban air quality to being an important part of the solution.

Henrik Anderberg, director of High Speed Rail Industry Leaders, looks at why High Speed Rail is essential to UK economy and provides an update on its progress