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'Most bashed bridge' could close as part of major railway enhancement plans

'Most bashed bridge' could close as part of major railway enhancement plans

'Most bashed bridge' could close as part of major railway enhancement plans

Closure of the Stonea railway underpass and an upgrade of numerous crossings in the March area are part of plans rail enhancement plans.


Public get say on future of region's transport

Public get say on future of region's transport

Public get say on future of region's transport

People in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough are being encouraged to have their say on the region’s transport future.


Self-driving cars fuel need for road collision investigation branch

Self-driving cars fuel need for road collision investigation branch

Self-driving cars fuel need for road collision investigation branch

The roll out of self-driving vehicles is behind plans for a new road collision investigation branch.


Another vehicle trapped under bridge

Another vehicle trapped under bridge

Another vehicle trapped under bridge

One of the country's most bashed railway bridges has been in the wars again.


Pony wandered on to busy road

Pony wandered on to busy road

Pony wandered on to busy road

Passers by and police helped save a pony that had wandered in to a busy road on Sunday night.


Is it time to make the move to an all-electric car?

Is it time to make the move to an all-electric car?

Is it time to make the move to an all-electric car?

We take a look at the pros and cons of making the move – and ask if the infrastructure is there to support a surge in sales?


Call to speed up work on Wash road flooding

Call to speed up work on Wash road flooding

Call to speed up work on Wash road flooding

An MP says she wants to see more detailed cost assessments by Christmas.


Drivers could face £100 fine after motorway camera upgrade

Drivers could face £100 fine after motorway camera upgrade

Drivers could face £100 fine after motorway camera upgrade

Drivers flouting the law and driving in closed motorway lanes can now be picked up by new auto-detection cameras with fines and points for offenders.


Calls for pothole repairs to focus on residential and rural roads

Calls for pothole repairs to focus on residential and rural roads

Calls for pothole repairs to focus on residential and rural roads

Road repairs must focus on residential and rural streets says the AA, as councils face £400m pothole blackhole.


Gritter driver shortages spark worries

Gritter driver shortages spark worries

Gritter driver shortages spark worries

Gritter driver shortages have been exacerbated by fast-rising salaries for HGV drivers in the private sector.


Could problems at the pumps speed-up our switch to electric cars?

Could problems at the pumps speed-up our switch to electric cars?

Could problems at the pumps speed-up our switch to electric cars?

Problems at the petrol pumps, and a rise in fuel costs, is encouraging people to consider new technology say those leasing and hiring plug-in cars.


Drivers must 'cover or remove' GB car sticker

Drivers must 'cover or remove' GB car sticker

Drivers must 'cover or remove' GB car sticker

For 111 years GB car stickers have been used to identify UK-registered vehicles in international traffic, but now the rules have changed.


Sharp rise in drivers using the wrong fuel

Sharp rise in drivers using the wrong fuel

Sharp rise in drivers using the wrong fuel

There has been a dramatic rise in the number of drivers 'misfuelling' their cars since panic buying at the pumps started, says the AA.


'Don't blame the media for panic buying'

'Don't blame the media for panic buying'

'Don't blame the media for panic buying'

Our editorial director defends the media after being accused of causing the panic buying of fuel.


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