Department for Transport
MP says government is 'waging war' on public transport users.
New criminal charges aimed at deterring fresh scandal
Our railways have seen a remarkable transformation but we need to be ready to meet the challenges posed by even more passenger growth
Brits 'are being priced out of getting to work', say campaigners.
Rail fares will increase by an average of 3.4% in January.
More than two-thirds of ticket machines on Britain’s railways do not inform passengers how to get the cheapest fares, the
'Ministers must justify their decisions.'
Transport secretary Chris Grayling is to be hauled before a Commons committee for a second time over the scrappage of rail
'We got it wrong and we hold our hands up.'
More than £1.7m of taxpayers’ money was wasted on unauthorised redundancy payouts for HS2 staff, it has emerged. Reports