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News powers to crack down on dangerous trucks and coaches in Scotland were set out today by Transport Secretary Philip Hammond

Increased powers to crack down on dangerous trucks and coaches were set out today by Transport Secretary Philip Hammond

Nissan today announced the production of an all-new engine at its Sunderland plant, a move that could create 200 new jobs over the next few years


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With overloading by far the most common offence found among light goods vehicles (LGVs), the Freight Transport Association has published its best practice guide for transport managers on the safe securing of loads and equipment in vans


The Secretary of State for Transport (Mr Philip Hammond) has issued a statement regarding his attendance at the forthcoming Transport Council conference in Luxembourg tomorrow...


Scotland’s latest reported road casualty figures prove the value of working together to drive down deaths and injuries, says the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents


SMMT has welcomed today’s Budget for the long-term clarity and stability it gives to UK manufacturing through clear measures to re-balance the economy and place greater importance on the private sector and industries....


Department for Transport (DfT) proposals to make eco-driving training a mandatory part of Driver CPC training have been roundly rejected by the Freight Transport Association


Cutting the drink-drive limit for motorists in England and Wales by almost half could prevent around 3,000 road injuries and 145 deaths in the first year alone, a study by NICE has found


A review of the motorcycle testing and training regime was today announced by Road Safety Minister Mike Penning


Strong May rise of 13.5 per cent precedes expected market decline for UK car sales


New data has been published that demonstrates the current capability of the UK automotive industry


New block exemption rules to impact aftermarket sector competitiveness


Transport for London (TfL) has begun a statutory public consultation on proposed changes to London's Congestion Charge


The Highways Agency will help people travelling on motorways and major A roads in England over the late May bank holiday weekend by suspending


New guidance to make sure that companies who dig up the road replace it properly - reducing the risk of potholes


The Mayor and Transport for London (TfL) have announced that London's hotly anticipated Cycle Hire scheme


Transport Secretary Andrew Adonis has announced an independent review of the transport sector’s response


The Highways Agency has  published its annual Business Plan for 2010-11, setting out the steps it will take to continue


Today the Department for Transport (DfT) announces that it will deliver £90 million of savings, as its departmental


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