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AA sounds safety warning over smart motorways

The AA has expressed safety concerns about a plan to remove the hard shoulder from hundreds of miles of motorway over the next six years.

Richard Leonard: SNP defence of privatised bus services shows lack of imagination

Free bus services can and do work, but the SNP insists on making petty bureaucratic objections in defence of the private-led status quo, writes Scottish Labour leader Richard Leonard.

Breakthrough for 'spaceplane' that could travel between New York and London in less than an hour

British engineers have made a breakthrough in their effort to develop a “spaceplane” that could travel between New York and London in less than an hour. Reaction Engines, based in Oxfordshire, has tested a new technology at simulated speeds of Mach 3.3, or more than three times the speed of sound.

European rail giant squares up to Trainline in ticket battle [subscription]

One of Europe’s biggest transport companies has entered the lucrative train ticketing market, taking on dominant online player Trainline.

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