A trade union representative said the strike would either disrupt flights or generate substantial costs for the airline.Read the full story ›
Part of the controversial new £230 million bus system will have to be closed if it snows - because it is too narrow for snowploughs.Read the full story ›
Historic England awarded the listed status as part of a programme supporting the regeneration of the town’s centre.Read the full story ›
A consultation has been launched on the future of the Great Western franchise, including a proposal to create a new West of England franchise.
The new franchise could provide long-distance services between London, Wiltshire, Somerset, Devon and Cornwall (including the Sleeper) together with regional and local services across the South West.
To provide a period of stability before the franchise is next competed, the Department for Transport will be asking FirstGroup, the current operator, for a proposal to continue operating the franchise until 2022.
A yellow warning for strong winds is in place with gusts of 50 to 60 mph expected. Rail services and some flights are affectedRead the full story ›
Services are currently suspended on Great Western Railway between Liskeard and Looe. It's due to a shortage of train drivers.
Replacement buses are being arranged.
The campaign by Network Rail, British Transport Police and the Samaritans is asking us talk to anyone who may appear in a vulnerable state.Read the full story ›
A Flybe flight to Inverness has made an emergency landing at Belfast International Airport due to technical problems.
The Flybe flight 331 from Belfast City took off at around 11.20am, it is understood and was circling off the coast before it was diverted to Belfast International Airport where it landed safely.
It's believed the plane has an issue with its nose gear, according to reports.
As staff at South Western Railway take on strike for 48 hours, passengers are facing major delays during the peak time travel period.Read the full story ›
Rail passengers travelling between Bristol Parkway and Swindon or Cheltenham this rush hour have had to put up with delays of up to 40 minutes due to a points failure.
It is affecting both Cross Country and Great Western Railway services.
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The points problem has now been resolved but National Rail Enquiries says passengers will still experience delays of up to 25 minutes until 11.30am this morning, 6 November.
- For more information, check theNational Rail Enquiries website