Local transport services in Greater Manchester are being better protected due to a funding settlement of £18 million to ensure the stability and reliability of the transport network.
Rail passengers are set to benefit from a new station in Cambridge with links to its biomedical campus.
The government announces £72 million package to improve train services in Manchester and the north.
The Institute is delighted to announce the first speakers for its annual conference, taking place on 8 June in Coventry.
Some of the country’s busiest railway stations, including Liverpool Lime Street, Manchester Piccadilly and Birmingham New Street, now have British Sign Language travel announcements.
New smart motorways will be removed from government road-building plans due to given financial pressures and in recognition of the current lack of public confidence felt by drivers.
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