Network Rail has published a Strategic Business Plan (SBP) to invest more than £2bn in the Anglia route to enable more trains, faster services and better connections in the five years from 2019–2024.
Construction of junction 10a on the M20 near Ashford in Kent, England is set to begin in the first half of 2018 as work will start on setting up a site compound ahead of main construction.
The S2IP consortium has been awarded a contract to the deliver civil project management works for the new rail tunnel link between Lyon and Turin.
Solum, a partnership between Network Rail and Kier, has received approval from the Planning Inspectorate to go ahead with a £150m regeneration scheme to redevelop the area around Guildford station in England, UK.
Construction firm Hochtief (UK) has been appointed to construct Great Western Railway’s (GWR) new train maintenance depot in Exeter, UK.
Lincolnshire County Council has appointed Galliford Try, which will take over from Carillion, to deliver the £99m Lincoln Eastern Bypass project.
Balfour Beatty has been selected by Wokingham Borough Council to deliver the £124m Major Highways Programme.
Astaldi, in a joint venture with Japanese company IHI, has been awarded a €435m contract by CNAIR, a state company headed by Romania’s Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure, to build a suspension bridge over the Danube in the Braila area.
The OHL Group, a Spanish concessions and construction group, has won six new contracts worth €177m in the Czech Republic and Slovakia.
Highways England has unveiled a major road upgrade that will improve journeys on the M3 and the A34 in Hampshire.
The Morgan Sindall and BAM Nuttall joint venture, bmJV, has won two contracts worth £322m to deliver part of the smart motorway programme of Highways England.
VINCI Airports has been named as the best bidder by the Republic of Serbia and Airport Nikola Tesla (ANT) for the Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport concession.
The Basque government’s Euskal Trenbide Sarea (ETS) has awarded a €53.2m contract to a consortium led by Sacyr Construcción and Cavosa, alongside Campezo, Mariezcurrena and Zubieder for the construction of the Miraconcha-Easo urban section of the Topo rail line, passing through the centre of San Sebastián.