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Council campaign to make Ruabon train station accessible to all

WREXHAM Council says it is continuing to campaign to help make a train station accessible to all.

Old Oak Common station team eyes tunnel prep work following completion of ‘nightmare’ box

Construction work on High Speed 2’s (HS2’s) Old Oak Common station in West London is now shifting focus towards excavation and preparing the site for tunnelling following completion of the station’s box structure.

Recovery funding for bus services in Wales extended into 2023

Bus services in Wales will receive further recovery funding to the end of the current financial year in April 2023, the Welsh Government has announced. The overall package is worth £48m and it has been welcomed by representatives of the sector.

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  • Scottish ministers accuse London of picking a fight with rail unions Transport secretary Grant Shapps and his cabinet colleagues are being accused of ‘picking a fight’ with the rail unions, as more walkouts are threatened. Scottish transport minister Jenny Gilruth said a meeting with Grant Shapps and rail minister Wendy Morton was cancelled last week at short notice. It was rescheduled for yesterday but cancelled again. She has accused London politicians of being ‘asleep at the wheel’.

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  • Ipswich Buses adopts Optibus – including new moduleIpswich Buses has selected Optibus cloud native software for its planning, scheduling and rostering needs. The agreement includes use of Optibus’s recently launched Operations module, placing the municipal operator among the first adopters of it in the UK.

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  • AEF Response to Consultation on Environmental TargetsAEF has responded to a Defra consultation on environmental targets. Under the Environment Act 2021, which was introduced post-Brexit, the Government is required to set at least one long-term target … The post AEF Response to Consultation on Environmental Targets appeared first on Aviation Environment Federation.

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