Emergency services are urging local people to take some simple precautions during the cold snap.
Alan Clawley shares some views of Birmingham’s semi-subterranean pedestrian history.
Business Birmingham and UKTI drive international coverage of the West Midlands’ automotive industry
‘Stay safe’ is the plea as the festive season begins.
Neil Rami welcomes the Chancellor’s support for Lord Heseltine’s proposals
Quite apart from being the man who really made the Mini, Birmingham tycoon, Leonard Lord, was, arguably, the most important British industrialist of the latter half of the twentieth century.
Police are cracking down on illegal road racing in Birmingham.
West Midlands Fire Service has taken delivery of three bespoke compact fire vehicles to tackle smaller incidents in the region.
If you’re one of those motorists who don’t know their crank sensor from their coil pack there’s a device that could help remove a fear of simple car fixes
Further ways to prevent boredom. Part two of our guide to events at local places of interest during half-term.
Birmingham proposals aim to cut traffic problems
Martin Longley follows the long and winding River Erdre in Nantes. That’s the inspired location of a spiffing weekender jazzfest in the vibrant French port…
Alan Clawley takes issue with the plans for the redevelopment of Paradise Circus.
More children on the roads again means more danger.
A Birmingham-based motoring safety charity has published a new handbook that aims to increase driver confidence, comfort and courtesy.
…don’t drink if you’re driving is the warning from local police.
A team of eight motorcyclists from road safety charity, the IAM will embark on their journey on Monday 18 June to ride around Britain to raise awareness of road safety and money for the Association for Air Ambulances.
Coventry University student, Peter Hutyan, has won the Baroness Platt of Writtle Award for 2012.
A hydrogen fuel cell vehicle which was conceived and manufactured in Coventry has been shortlisted for a prestigious international transport design award.
The former president of one of the world’s largest and most successful motor companies will give a free talk at Coventry University next month as part of Coventry Car Day.
Coventry student project: how transport can play a key role in providing portable drinking water in rural Africa.
Coventry will be going car crazy this summer with a celebration of the city’s motoring heritage
Walsall’s Conservatives latest policy on repairs to the highways is self defeating and dangerous, Walsall Labour is warning.
VolkerFitzpatrick and Colas named preferred joint venture contractors for the A45 Transport Corridor Improvement Scheme and the Runway Extension at Birmingham Airport
Policing some of the busiest roads in the country has been made easier thanks to the opening of a new purpose-built headquarters.
Youngsters at a secondary school have put their fellow pupils’ protection on the curriculum by campaigning for better road safety control
By Richard Lutz Steve comes to my house – to my drive actually – to carry out essential body work on my 11 year old Honda. Someone ripped a mega-chunk out of it in a car park. From the damage it looks as if an SUV the size of a spaceship savaged it. Steve goes…
New research reveals the average UK motorist spends nearly £100 personalising their car with accessories – but this could be putting them at risk.
The Niche Innovation Scheme is offering small and medium enterprises in the region a selection of research and development grants…
Police are asking for help as they investigate a recent crash.