It’s now ten years since the first smart motorway opened in the UK - however not everyone is convinced that smart motorways are so smart.
A million drivers were caught out in the first six months of the removal of the barriers at the Dartford Crossing and presented with fines.
The case for new roads. New road building programme is long overdue, and the only way to get ahead.
The case against new roads. Will anyone use them, who'll pay for them, and should we fix the ones we've got first?
A balance needs to be struck - motorists feel overtaxed, yet Government have underinvested in Britain’s infrastructure.
There’s no doubt that a lot of problems would get solved a lot quicker if we rolled up our sleeves and attempted to sort them out ourselves.
The Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, has announced that a supplement of £10 on top of the congestion charge is to be introduced on almost all diesel vehicles entering the capital from 2020.
In the developing world a rapid expansion of the number of vehicles on the road is causing the sort of congestion that few westerners would ever tolerate.
If Scotland chooses the road to independence in the referendum this September, no one can be quite sure what direction transport policy will take.
Last month’s paper by the Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR), The Long Road to Ruin has received a fair amount of...