Revealing the “most-bashed bridge in Britain”, Network Rail has relaunched its bridge strike campaign ahead of an annual spike in incidents that tends to coincide with Black Friday and the run up to Christmas as more large vehicles take to the road.
A charity which supports shared transport has submitted proposals to the Scottish Government for on-demand bus services to be introduced in a bid to help communities cut-off by reductions in local services.
This long-awaited government guidance confirms many of the details surrounding the extended furlough scheme, officially known as the Job Retention Scheme (JRS), suggesting that those who are serving a notice period from December may not be eligible.
Replacing the agreement signed in May, the Government and the Mayor of London have agreed a second extraordinary funding and financing package for Transport for London (TfL) for the period to 31 March 2021.
The Senior Traffic Commissioner’s Statutory Document No. 2 on Finance has been updated to reflect new financial standing levels for January 2021. The new levels will be £8200 for the first vehicle and £4550 for each subsequent vehicle.