A helicopter crash in Vauxhall has led to the closure of Vauxhall bridge, paralysing Embankment and suspending all the trains into Waterloo.
Commuters heading back to work this morning have been hit by an average 4.2% hike in rail fares, marking a tenth consecutive year of increases for passengers.
Two-thirds of voters think the coalition's drive to make the rich pay more should be extended to fines for speeding offences.
Coastguard station closures and "mixed messages" from ministers have been blamed by MPs for rapidly increasing vacancies in Britain's coastguard.
Trade unions are protesting at train stations across the country today against increases in rail fares and planned cuts.
The west coast mainline fiasco has cost the taxpayer a "significant" amount of cash, the government's public spending watchdog has found.
High Speed Rail 2 (HS2) has come under fire from the chairman of Britain's first high-speed rail network, in a further setback for officials at the Department for Transport.
The government fell for Labour's trap when it went ahead with high speed rail. This expensive new toy isn't worth the money.
Ed Miliband was spared an increasingly critical appraisal of his conference speech today, after a major coalition U-turn distracted the press from events in Manchester.
The government is spending millions on helping the wealthy buy electric ‘plug-in’ cars as a second motor.
Look at us - we're at it again. Just a few weeks ago the Olympics opening ceremony summed up Britain's history by portraying our green and pleasant land being paved over with industrialised concrete. Now the tensions it embodied have arrived in parliament.
Next year's railway fares could be increased by a further six per cent in England, following today's higher than expected inflation figures.
Children's right to health is more important than the civil liberties of smokers.
Ministers need to show some leadership on road safety to halt the increase in deaths on the roads, MPs have urged.
Over £9 billion of spending on improving Britain's rail network has been unveiled by the coalition.
Boris Johnson came under pressure to scrap Barclays' prominent sponsorship of London's 'Boris bikes' today, amid a spectacular row over its business practices.
Further airport expansion in the south-east of England, including the third runway at Heathrow airport, is reportedly once again under discussion in government.
Prime minister David Cameron is delivering his speech on infrastructure, which includes a call to introduce private sector investment into the UK's national road network. Read it in full here:
Chief executive of the Campaign for Better Transport Stephen Joseph says the government's proposal to allow private sector money to fund British roads would not help with the problem of congestion.
Shadow transport secretary Maria Eagle says the government's proposed part-privatisation of roads would be another case of privatisation ripping off commuters.
Prime minister David Cameron calls for more private sector involvement in British roads.
Britain's road network will be opened up to investment from the private sector, David Cameron will announce later.
Annual rail fare increases above inflation are to end, the coalition has announced, even as it moves to achieve efficiency savings of £3.5 billion.
The UK sent condolences to Argentina last night after a train crash killed 49 people in Buenos Aires.
Ken Livingstone has tried to build on his shock poll advantage by reaching out to Boris's Johnson's key constituency in the suburbs.