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Port gridlock warning as Article 50 is triggered

The man leading Brexit negotiations has a stark warning about potential traffic turmoil in Kent as the Prime Minister prepares to trigger Article 50.


Goodwin Sands - third consultation expected

A new consultation on Goodwin Sands dredging is expected due to new survey results

Eurostar profits derailed by attacks

Eurostar has slumped to an annual loss, blaming terror attacks in Europe and tough trading conditions.

End of train strikes as deal agreed with union?

A long-running dispute between a train company and a union could be over, after an agreement was reached.


11th-hour crossing plea

A letter from an MP has winged its way to the Transport Secretary calling for the new Lower Thames Crossing to be built away from his constituency.


New UK firm takes over Manston battle

An American investment company has sold its rights and interests in Manston to new company in this country.


Yard site to go under hammer

A Kent site with permission for use for waste transfer is going under the hammer.


Consultation on future train operator

The government wants to hear the public's views on what it wants from the next rail operator to take the Southeastern franchise covering most of Kent.


Dover MP calls for investment to keep trade flowing

MP Charlie Elphicke demanded more investment at the Dover and Deal frontline during the Budget in Parliament.

Ring road set for months of delays

Work is set to start soon on essential water pipeline works that could cause traffic hell on the city's busy ring road.

Hints over crossing site verdict

Speculation is growing that the government’s stance on the location of a new Thames crossing could be confirmed as early as next week.


Gridlock threat to Kent's roads

Business leaders and transport experts have issued a stark warning about the lack of decision surrounding the Lower Thames Crossing proposal.


Eurotunnel profits grow

The Channel Tunnel operator increased pre-tax profits by €74 million (£63m) last year as its boss hailed 'the best year in our history'.

Power station plans go on show

Plans to turn a former power station into a major port will be unveiled at a series of public exhibitions next month.

Record year for ferry firm

DFDS has been untroubled by Brexit worries as it continued to post record earnings last year.


Rail strike to affect commuters

At least 11 trains will not be running during peak hours as staff take the latest round of industrial action.

£6.9m roads plan to cope with new housing

Kent County Council has unveiled plans to carry out improvements at a link road.


New round of Southern strikes planned

Union bosses have announced another round of strikes on Southern trains after talks broke down on a new deal yesterday.


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