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Wrightbus will manufacture 20 hydrogen buses that will be introduced on three London bus routes next year.

‘Climate emergency’ edict in UK to shape decision on Heathrow expansion review

Britain’s net zero by 2050 goal may have impact on whether existing policies are reassessed. Britain’s move to “net zero” carbon and the declaration of a climate emergency in parliament will be “given careful consideration” in deciding whether to grant a review of Heathrow airport’s expansion, the government has said.

Saturday, 11 May 2019

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  • Network Rail reveals winner of Dawlish sea wall construction contract Network Rail has awarded the contract for the construction of the first phase of the Dawlish sea wall to BAM Nuttall ahead of work starting at the end of this month. The £80m sea wall was announced in February to protect the coastal rail line from extreme weather five years after storms...
  • Council backs plans for £100m global centre of rail excellence in WalesA £100m train testing site on the border of Neath Port Talbot and Powys has taken a major step forward after the local council voted to approve the joint venture. Neath Port Talbot Council leader Rob Jones called it an “important step forward” for the Global Centre of Rail...

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