David Grant has been named as the new managing director of Durham Tees Valley Airport.
The recent announcement of the contractors responsible for designing the two new HS2 stations signals the start of the explosion of local economic opportunities.
Heathrow will welcome three new weekly services to China this Summer, including two to cities previously unserved by any British airport.
Birmingham-based infrastructure firm Burns & McDonnell has selected a group of MBA students to undertake a research project on electric vehicle (EV) infrastructure.
Forth Ports, one of the UK’s largest port groups, has been awarded an internationally recognised quality mark – the Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) by HMRC for its major ports on the River Forth.
German bike-share operator nextbike is bringing 5,000 bicycles to the West Midlands after being chosen to operate the UK’s largest docked bike-share scheme outside of London.
The aviation minister hailed the £600m redevelopment and the economic benefits it will bring after taking a tour of the airport.
West Midlands Mayor Andy Street welcomed MPs on the Transport Select Committee to the region to host a meeting exploring the issue of Mobility as a Service (MaaS).
Manchester-headquartered Rentalcars Connect, the ground transportation strand of Booking.com, has revealed business growth figures for the last 12 months that are set to propel its position as an industry leader in 2018.