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The number of deaths and serious injuries has fallen by four per cent year-on-year on British roads over the 12 months to June 2011

Further talks will be held between Thomas Cook and Unite’s national officials in Manchester next Wednesday (9 November) over plans to make 498 cabin crew redundant

The Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, will drive the first new bus for London off the production line today (4 November) in a major step towards the commitment made in his last election manifesto


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Classic cars and motorbikes could be exempted from the MoT test under proposals published for consultation today by Roads Minister Mike Penning


Investment in the latest technology and innovative machinery is helping Network Rail provide a safer, reliable and more efficient railway


Three out of four Kent-based transport operators have had to pass on increasing fuel costs to their customers, thereby stoking inflation. The Freight Transport Association asked its Kent-based members whether the rising cost of fuel over the last 12 months has influenced behaviour: over 70 per cent of respondents said they have increased their rates, with over one in five admitting to having reduced the number of drivers in their workforce


Calls have been issued to the government to scrap a planned increase in Air Passenger Duty (APD) in order to benefit UK businesses


The Scottish Parliament has been urged to recognise the strategic economic benefits of investing in rail freight


A new framework setting out the key competences expected of driving instructors and motorcycle trainers has been published today by the Driving Standards Agency (DSA).


The market for intelligent transport systems (ITS) in Europe is expected to grow strongly over the next few years, according to a new report


Rail Minister Theresa Villiers visited Leeds today to see how £14.4 million of public funding for a second entrance to Leeds station will improve access and encourage further growth and regeneration


Presenter Miranda Krestovnikoff and Sustrans say that as many as 580 deaths and serious injuries among children could be prevented in Britain each year with the introduction of 20mph into urban areas where 30mph is the current limit


The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced traffic results for September showing diverging trends for cargo and passenger traffic

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