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London airports decision to be made in the autumn

The UK chancellor has insisted a decision on new airport capacity in south-east England will come this autumn, saying it has taken “longer than many people would have liked” for the government to make up its mind.

MPs back third runway at Heathrow in first post-Brexit poll

Members of Parliament overwhelmingly support a third runway at Heathrow to expand aviation capacity in the south east, according to the latest poll.

Why high speed trains must stop in Bradford and York - report

A CLEAR case has been made for a proposed high speed trans-Pennine train service to include stops in West Yorkshire and York, according to transport officials.

Swansea AMs urge government to stick to rail electrification timetable

SWANSEA'S three Labour AMs have written to the UK's new Secretary of State for Transport calling for a commitment to make speedy progress on the electrification of train line between London and Swansea.

Thursday, 28 July 2016

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  • Up North:Northern Powerhouse minister to visit regionThe Northern Powerhouse Minister Andrew Percy his first official tour of the North since his appointment.
  • Authority to discuss Bradford HS3 plansPlans for the HS3 route to go through Bradford will be discussed at a meeting today. West Yorkshire Combined Authority (WYCA) has issued a report which calls on Transport for the North (TfN) to include additional stops in its plans for HS3, including one in Bradford city centre.

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  • London airports decision to be made in the autumnThe UK chancellor has insisted a decision on new airport capacity in south-east England will come this autumn, saying it has taken “longer than many people would have liked” for the government to make up its mind.

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  • Flight MH370: modelling shows debris may be further north, say scientistsItalian researchers used computer modelling to determine possible location of the main wreckage Just days after authorities mooted suspending the ocean search for missing flight MH370, researchers suggested the debris zone may stretch a further 500km (310 miles) north.A team of Italian scientists used computer modelling, into which they fed data on ocean currents and winds over the past two years, to try and pinpoint the Malaysia Airlines plane’s likely underwater grave. Continue reading...
  • London City airport expansion gets green light from ministers�344m scheme to accommodate more flights and passengers and improve local transport links given go-aheadMinisters have given the go-ahead for a �344m expansion of London City airport.The plans include an extended terminal, more space for planes to taxi to and from the runway, and new aircraft stands that will allow bigger, more modern planes to use the airport. Continue reading...
  • Bikes, buses and bridges: Boris Johnson’s biggest design blundersAs plans for the Garden Bridge teeter, behold Boris’s most public design disasters, from Thomas Heatherwick’s mobile sweatbox to an Olympic white elephantIt was the Kevlar-coated vanity project that could survive missiles of common sense fired from every direction. But the Garden Bridge’s aura of invincibility looks as if it might finally be wearing off. Continue reading...
  • MH370 pilot's flight simulator did plot course over southern Indian OceanAustralian officials confirm Malaysia Airlines captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah’s simulator did show route where plane is believed to have vanishedAustralian officials have confirmed that data recovered from a home flight simulator owned by the captain of Malaysia Airlines flight 370 showed that someone had used the device to plot a course to the southern Indian Ocean, where the missing jet is believed to have crashed. Related: Flight MH370: modelling shows debris may be further north, say scientists Continue reading...

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  • MPs call for urgent airport decisionGovernment has been called on yet again to make an urgent and immediate decision on hub airport expansion in South East England in a new report launched this week.

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