The Engineer recently revisited some of the finest tunnelling achievements to grace its pages down through the years, and this week we bring you a collection of articles where the focus is another engineering mainstay: bridges.
Congratulations to Sarah Smart, who is a Principal Transport Planner at our Woking office, on becoming Mrs Sarah Burton after marrying Matt in July.
Sarah will be returning to work this week after a period of maternity leave.
Mayer Brown would like to welcome James Redfearn and Justyna Kubicka to our London office. James
has joined us as a Graduate Transport Planner after completing his degree in Geography at Birmingham University. Justyna has also joined us as a Graduate Transport Planner whilst working towards her MSc in Quantity Surveying at GCU London University. Justyna’s other qualifications include a bachelor degree in logistics.
Drivers of older, more polluting vehicles will have to pay almost twice as much to drive in central London.
Mayor Sadiq Khan's £10 T-Charge, which mainly applies to diesel and petrol vehicles registered before 2006, has come into force.
A minister has asked Highways England to improve the speed at which it re-opens sections of the strategic road network after incidents as new data suggests traffic jams on motorways and A roads costs the economy £9bn a year.
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