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A resolution over bonuses for London Underground staff working during the Olympics and Paralympics is still being sought, the Transport Salaried Staffs' Association (TSSA) has said

With Government f igures showing that by 2030 road use will have grown by 25-30 per cent, there is a pressing need to tackle congestion, pollution and road safety

Full 'hotspot' information on where and when Tube and rail services will be most affected during London 2012 Games published today


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Nissan’s Sunderland facility has been awarded the Queen’s Award for continued achievement in International Trade


Workers who maintain and upgrade lines on London Underground (LU) are to go on strike for 72 hours next Tuesday


Having black boxes installed in cars as part of an insurance policy tends to reduce the risk of drivers crashing


With a spectacular year of sporting and cultural events ahead, this year's Virgin London Marathon is set to be bigger than ever, and Transport for London (TfL) is advising runners and spectators to plan their journeys in advance.


Despite government attempts to boost take-up of electric vehicles, 69 per cent of motorists in the UK believe they offer only a limited alternative to traditional models


"A tax on work” is how the AA describes the introduction, by Nottingham City Council, of Britain’s first workplace parking charge scheme


Unite today (Wednesday 28 March) welcomed the prospect of meaningful talks through Acas in a bid to resolve a dispute involving tanker drivers over minimum standards and growing instability in the oil industry


A resource to estimate the impact that greater use of electric vehicles will have on the national grid has been developed by a team of experts at Northumbria University


Driving test candidates across the country are set to benefit from a more convenient service as the Driving Standards Agency (DSA) extends a trial exploring a new approach to test delivery


Commuters and bus passengers across England will see better buses, more innovative services, and greater value for money. This is thanks to a series of changes announced today by Local Transport Minister Norman Baker


The Government is to call on Army servicemen and women to drive petrol tankers if industrial action goes ahead in April, it has been reported


Commuters and bus passengers across England will see more eco-friendly buses on the roads, congestion reduced and services upgraded, thanks to a new £101 million package of improvements approved by Local Transport Minister Norman Baker.


Cutting fuel duty by 2.5p per litre in line with petrol campaigners' demands would cost the UK economy £2.75billion in tax revenue which would have to be found elsewhere, said transport charity Sustrans today ahead of today's budget


In order to cut petrol prices, the Prime Minister has suggested that it might be worth considering the release of global oil reserves


The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders will today brief a group of senior parliamentarians on the need to sustain growth and encourage further investment in next week’s Budget statement


Value for money, punctuality and driver behaviour are the main areas for improvement on bus services in Greater Manchester, a survey of passengers has found.


Charity Sustrans is calling on the Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, to go ahead with a fuel duty increase in his budget this year, but to use the money to fund transport that everyone can benefit from.


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