Ministers are hoping new tunnels and extensions to planned ones will end opposition to high-speed rail plans announced today.
Train fares are to rise by an average of 5.9% in 2012, figures out today show.
"Skewed" transport spending must be diverted away from London and the south-east to redress a "shocking" imbalance hitting the north of England, according to a report.
MPs have told both sides of the high speed rail debate to stop "name-calling" in their report assessing the government's proposals.
Billions of pounds could be saved if the road network was better managed, say MPs.
Inflation figures out this morning have confirmed that rail ticket fares will increase by eight per cent from January next year.
David Cameron could suffer his first Cabinet resignation from a Conservative party member over plans to build high-speed rail.
A further inquest will not be held into the death of weapons inspector David Kelly, the attorney-general has announced.
Londoners face more transport chaos this month after a new set of strikes were announced for later in June.
Campaigners have called for swifter action on cutting rail fares, but a major report out today says passengers will have to wait.
Chris Huhne's ministerial career appears on the line as pressure grows over his speeding points scandal.
An epic industrial dispute between British Airways and union Unite looks set to finally come to an end, with a deal reported to be on the table.
Londoners are braced for travel chaos next month as a row over the sacking of two tube drivers threatened to prompt a six day strike.
Plans for a western extension to the congestion charge zone will not go ahead even if Ken Livingstone returns to power, he has admitted.
Network Rail must provide more information on costs to improve its efficiency, a report has said.
Airports operator BAA will invest £50 million in a bid to prevent a repeat of last year's snow-caused delays at Heathrow.
George Osborne surprised MPs by announcing a cut in fuel duty which comes into force this evening.
Labour has lost a vote on petrol prices, after a debate calling for a cut in the level of VAT at the pump.
The government has launched its consultation on its high-speed rail proposals.
The government's preparations for winter have been praised by an official audit, but lessons 'still need to be learned'.
The transport secretary has defended the government's preparedness to the freezing conditions hitting Britain's infrastructure.
The transport secretary's "complacency" is responsible for the chaos which greeted nationwide snowfall today, Labour has argued.
Train companies are set to miss their targets for providing passenger spaces, leading to yet more over-crowding, an influential committee of MPs has found.
Philip Hammond has implied the government is looking at changes to the way airport security works, after the chairman of British Airways called many measures "redundant".
The chairman of British Airways has described many of the stringent security checks for passengers heading to the US as "completely redundant".