An independent review aimed at improving transport infrastructure links between Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and England has been launched this week. Led by Sir Peter Hendy, the review will look at road, rail, air and sea links and make recommendations as to how the government can improve connectivity between the four nations and help the economy recover from the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic. Sir Peter’s former roles include chair of Network Rail and head of TfL during the Olympics. […]
The Queensferry Crossing has been officially opened by the Queen, after six years of work on the £1.35bn structure.
New freight service from Dunkirk to Liverpool launched as post-Brexit congestion at channel ports continues
A new freight service from France to the Port of Liverpool which offers suppliers a way to avoid the post-Brexit delays at the Channel Ports has been launched by Containerships, part of the global CMA CGM shipping group.
FTA policy director Elizabeth de Jong has told motortransport.co.uk that the government needs more proof that some hauliers are close to collapse before it can offer sector-specific support.