Chinese railways: chariots of fire

Will anyone take up premier Li Keqiang’s offer to invest?

Creaking transport threatens German growth

Reduced infrastructure spending puts economy at risk

Rail fares frozen – but not for all

Some ‘unregulated’ prices set to rise by more than half

Alstom accused of bribing officials

Allegations of hidden payments in exchange for winning contracts

US rail chiefs in plea on grain delays

Regulators urged not to force them to take other operators’ traffic

London Bridge

Go-Ahead drives up dividend payments

British bus and rail operator buoyed by securing rail franchise

Rail delays knock north US grain prices

Huge harvest set to put transport network under new stress

Stagecoach sales hurt by London traffic

Bus revenue in capital rises 8.7%, below analysts’ expectations

Rail fares, a third payroll tax

The current system serves taxpayers and passengers poorly

LONDON, ENGLAND - APRIL 29: Gates bar access to King's Cross underground station, which was closed to commuters before 7am due to industrial action, on April 29, 2014 in London, England. At 9pm last night members of the Rail, Maritime and Transport (RMT) Union commenced a 48 hour strike on the London Underground over plans to close all ticket offices with the loss of nearly 1000 jobs. (Photo by Oli Scarff/Getty Images)
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Tube strike hits London commuters

Central Line and Waterloo and City services affected

Rail subsidies fall 40% in five years

Train operators’ payments to government have also risen

Rail franchise shortlists released

FirstGroup and Stagecoach well placed to succeed

Rail fares to rise 3.5% in January

Inflation-linked rise will add about £300 to many season tickets

Concern over state rail operator proposal

Industry warns plan will deter train companies from bidding

Lib Dems plan FOI law for private sector

Water and energy groups and public service contracts targeted

Be honest about Network Rail’s £34bn debt

The government must be transparent about railway funding

Rail groups urged to win over passengers

Network Rail debt move goes off track

Ministers seeking to reverse accounting changes

Funding doubts over £15bn northern revival

One North report receives cross-party support but also raises questions

Osborne vows to revitalise north

Cities propose £15bn infrastructure plan

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