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Massive rail project, designed to reduce delays

Network Rail will, next week, start its biggest ever project to cut delays which cause frustration for thousands of passengers in the south.

Transport laws to be reviewed to improve everyday journeys

Review announced in government's 'Future of mobility: urban strategy' to explore regulation around new transport modes.

£4bn ‘trackless tram’ to reduce congestion in Cambridge [Subscription]

Britain’s first battery-powered “trackless” tram could be built under plans to drastically cut congestion in Cambridge.

Oman Air beats British Airways to top Heathrow's greenest airlines league

Oman Air has topped Heathrow Airport's league of green and quiet airlines, beating rivals such as British Airways and Etihad Airways.

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