Transport Secretary Chris Grayling is cancelling a set of contracts to provide ferry services after a no-deal Brexit, at a cost estimated at around £50 million.
Motorists are being warned they could face thousands of pounds in fines and even lose their licence if caught vaping behind the wheel.
A tougher standard for punctuality will be introduced on Britain's railways next month in an attempt to improve performance.
The Liberal Democrat Brexit spokesman has nicknamed the transport secretary “Failing Grayling”, after his no-deal Brexit ferry contracts cost taxpayers £33million.
A council has been criticised for painting "pointless" double yellow lines on an Essex street, which measure just 4ft in length.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has attacked Chris Grayling over the ‘fiasco’ of having to cancel a no-deal Brexit ferry contract with a company that it did not have any boats.
Sir Mike Penning, chair of the all-party group investigating motorway safety, has said that smart motorways – which optimise the hard shoulder to reduce congestion – put the lives of recovery workers “at risk”.
Transport Secretary Chris Grayling's decision to award contracts to three ferry companies, including one with no ships, under no-deal Brexit plans, is being challenged at the High Court.
Passenger satisfaction with rail services has fallen to a 10-year low after the industry was plagued by a series of issues.
A druid who calls himself “King John” said he'll take the Government to the High Court if an underground tunnel near Stonehenge gets the go-ahead.
Eurotunnel has accused the Government of "distortionary and anti-competitive" behaviour over the award of contracts worth more than £100 million to provide additional cross-Channel capacity in the case of a no-deal Brexit.
Chris Grayling has denied reports that his department is preparing to lay on emergency freight services across Kent in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
Chris Grayling has defended awarding a £14 million ferry contract to a company with no boats, claiming the move was to "support new business".
Network Rail will scrap toilet charges at all its train stations from April 1, it has been announced.
Workers on South Western Railway are to stage two fresh strikes, including on New Year's Eve, in the bitter dispute over guards on trains.
At least nine people are believed to have been killed and 46 injured after a high-speed train crashed in the Turkish capital of Ankara.
Siobhan Benita, the Liberal Democrat Mayoral Candidate for London has said that Sadiq Khan saying he did not know about the overspending on Crossrail is “unbelievable”.
Industry body the Rail Delivery Group warned there may be "some impact on punctuality" as a new timetable is introduced on Sunday.
The Transport Secretary has been criticised by MPs for his handling of changes to rail timetables in May this year.
Bruce Williamson, from Rail Future has said that Network Rail is struggling “under tight financial control” and delays due to leaves on the line show that they have had to make “cutbacks”.
Roger Lawson, from the Alliance of British Drivers, has said that “bus lanes should be banned” and that they cause traffic congestion rather than solve it.
The shadow transport secretary says re-nationalising the railway is not a radical move
Campaigners have claimed the rise is unfair as it is outpacing earnings
Uber has claimed the ruling won't affect its operation in the UK
Travel campaigner Lianna Etkind says railcards may encourage people to drive less
Baroness Jenny Jones says the Government needs to invest in public transport so people can get around without cars
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