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Estuary consortium complains to commission

Estuary consortium complains to commission

30 January 2014

Businesses behind a proposed floating hub airport in the Thames Estuary are criticising the Davies Commission for not including their option.

Investigation into why Channel Tunnel workers suffered carbon monoxide poisoning

Investigation into why Channel Tunnel workers suffered carbon monoxide poisoning

30 January 2014

Eurotunnel investigating into cause of carbon monoxide poisoning of workers at the weekend

Logistics firm to relocate more than 200 staff

Logistics firm to relocate more than 200 staff

28 January 2014

A new HQ is being built in Kent for one of the UK's largest privately-owned transport companies.

Mayor leaves hostile Rochester Airport debate TWICE but £4m masterplan approved

Mayor leaves hostile Rochester Airport debate TWICE but £4m masterplan approved

26 January 2014

The Mayor of Medway left a debate on the controversial £4.4m plan for Rochester Airport amid protests and slow hand-clapping.

Train late? Sorry, we can’t get staff

Train late? Sorry, we can’t get staff

26 January 2014

Southeastern has apologised after a spate of cancelled services to and from the Island.

Revenues top €1bn for tunnel operator

Revenues top €1bn for tunnel operator

23 January 2014

Eurotunnel had a record year in 2013, with takings up 12% on the previous year.

'I was right not to rule out new airport'

'I was right not to rule out new airport'

21 January 2014

The man leading a review into aviation capacity has defended his decision not to ditch plans for a four-runway hub airport in Kent.

New tunnel mobile service launched

New tunnel mobile service launched

21 January 2014

Commuters will be able to use their phones in tunnels thanks to a new deal involving two UK mobile operators.

‘No rush’ to decide on second Thames crossing site

‘No rush’ to decide on second Thames crossing site

16 January 2014

Transport minister Robert Goodwill says the government will not be rushed into making an announcement on where the new Lower Thames Crossing will go.

Hub airport decision due in September

Hub airport decision due in September

16 January 2014

The government's Airports Commission has outlined details of a new public consultation on a four-runway airport in Kent.

High Court to rule on airport plans

High Court to rule on airport plans

16 January 2014

A new public inquiry on the expansion of a Kent airfield could be triggered by campaigners opposing its expansion.

Shortening the queues

Shortening the queues

15 January 2014

Plans for £6m of road improvements around a proposed shopping centre redevelopment have been revealed.

New record for Chunnel operator

New record for Chunnel operator

15 January 2014

Eurotunnel took an unprecedented number of vehicles between Folkestone and Pas-de-Calais over the festive period.

Pensioner's petition against centre revamp plans

Pensioner's petition against centre revamp plans

15 January 2014

A Teynham man is appealing for support to stop a £9 million expansion of a nearby distribution hub.

Railway maintenance depot’s future in doubt

Railway maintenance depot’s future in doubt

15 January 2014

Bombardier's depot in Chart Leacon, Ashford, could be closing after over 50 years, amid news that their last contract is due to expire in March.

Commission to reconsider ferry ruling

Commission to reconsider ferry ruling

08 January 2014

The Competition Commission says it will look again at whether Eurotunnel broke any rules when it bought cross-Channel ferries, launching MyFerryLink.

Commuters turn to coach

Commuters turn to coach

08 January 2014

With rail fares rising, a coach firm is reporting record passenger numbers.

Kent firm among UK's fastest growing

Kent firm among UK's fastest growing

07 January 2014

A logistics management business has been recognised for its impressive expansion over the last three years.

No disruption caused at port, despite weather warnings

No disruption caused at port, despite weather warnings

07 January 2014

The Port of Dover has remained open, with ferry services running to schedule.

Train tickets go up... but it could be worse

Train tickets go up... but it could be worse

02 January 2014

Southeastern passengers today face a hike in fares... but the increase is less than the government suggested.

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