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Chaos predicted as law-abiding robots join human drivers [Subscription]

The introduction of driverless cars to busy city centre streets risks causing traffic chaos and more congestion because law-abiding “robo-vehicles” will refuse to take risks.

Merseyrail platform closures to start on CHRISTMAS EVE across Liverpool and Wirral

It's part of major work to prepare platforms for the arrival of a new fleet of trains

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  • Transdev invests £3 million in Rosso’s North-built buses packed with customer-friendly featuresNorth of England bus group Transdev Blazefield has invested £3 million in a sparkling new fleet of 20 buses for Rosso’s 464 service, which links Accrington, Haslingden, Rawtenstall, Bacup and Rochdale.
  • Network Rail seeks partners for improved passenger journeysNetwork Rail and the Transport Systems Catapult (TSC) are seeking innovative solutions from UK based businesses which could help understand and improve passenger journeys through the rail network. The project, led by the TSC, is seeking to build live demonstrators of innovative technologies which could improve understanding of passenger flow through the network and stations, facilitate a smoother flow of trains and improve the customer experience.
  • New study claims UK’s thriving component industry can drive Britain’s car plants through a no-deal BrexitUK automotive manufacturers needn’t fear being hit by unexpected delays or new tariffs imposed on EU-sourced components following a no-deal Brexit, argues B.G. Bullas’ Managing Director, Nathalie Wheeldon, in a new industry study. Britain’s automotive manufacturing industry is a vital part of UK PLC. And the bosses of British car manufacturers from Jaguar Land-Rover to Toyota are speaking out louder than ever before about their fears of a no-deal Brexit. They claim it would mean significant extra expense in terms of new tariffs on parts, and delays in manufacturing caused by vital components being held-up at Customs.

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