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Transport for London (TfL) is urging London's scooter riders to hone their safety skills by signing up for the ScooterSafe

Radical changes to the way we work and commute are needed if the UK is to cut future congestion on its roads

All road works will need to be clearly signed and meet strict rules on safety under plans published

 

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Transport Minister Sadiq Khan has issued a challenge to local authority and city leaders to be bold and innovative

 

Irresponsible firms, who allow their road works to overrun, will face penalties of up to £25,000 a day - a tenfold increase

 

 Highways Agency and Camping and Caravanning Club  sign agreement at the Boat and Caravan Show.

 

Proposals to simplify motorway speed limits for buses, coaches and heavy goods vehicles (HGVs) have been published 

 

 A new West End walking route has benefited from £2.4m of public realm improvements

 

Independent appeals tribunals and cap on fines to be introduced as Home Office moves to curb rogue wheel clampers 

 

Notorious A13 blackspot is the first place in UK where average speed cameras will enforce speed limit along a major urban road

 

London's 'Year of Cycling' gets underway as 12 Outer London boroughs are selected as Biking Boroughs.

 

The Highways Agency is to further reduce its salt usage as a measure to conserve salt stocks and help manage supplies

 

Council gritters are on high alert to deal with the onset of bad weather as forecasters predict there could be up to 10 centimetres

 

The Highways Agency will help people travelling on the roads over the Christmas and New Year holiday period by suspending

 

New proposals to allow councils to put in place 20 mph schemes without the need for traffic calming measures

 

In five years passengers on public transport in England's major urban areas will be able to travel without a paper ticket,

 

"Even in these tough economic times I am committed to providing this funding ..."         Boris Johnson, Mayor of London

 

  Local authorities throughout England will be given tough new powers to determine routes, timetables, fares and other aspects of bus services,

 

A new action plan to improve lorry parking in England has been announced  by Transport Minister Paul Clark.
The new strategy will help raise standards at existing truck stops and tackle shortages of lorry parking facilities.

 

 New ingredients starting to appear at motorway service areas are being demonstrated alongside top chefs at the Good Food Show.
Visitors to the show can get a taste for the menu of information services offered by the Highways Agency whenever they take a break on their journey. 

 

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