Rounding up everything you need to know about paying the Dartford Crossing charges
Highways agency to try out new wireless technology by 2017 – but will it be worth the cost?
Delta flight 1889 was forced to divert to Denver as passengers experience 'most frightening ten minutes'
Figures for lost productivity and spending range from £10m to £300m – but who is right?
Foreign Office issues warning to Brits amid strike action, migrant activity and Operation Stack
Convicted murderer claimed he pushed 18 people onto Tube tracks but confession didn't go public
A series of profit warnings and tight cash flow has led to rumours that Rolls-Royce could be targeted
Investigation into 2013 accident also revealed cabin crew failed to act on passenger reports of fuel leak
Climate change campaigners chained themselves together to protest against planned airport expansion
Paris is changing the law, and tests show that cyclists who jump red lights are less likely to be hit by cars
Willy Walsh has shown with Iberia that he can rationalise the legacy national airlines
The 1.5-mile bridge, opened in 1890, is hailed as an 'extraordinary and impressive milestone'
Man doused himself in oil and then set himself on fire in the first carriage of the Japanese bullet train
New night-time service is expected to boost local economy by £360m but comes amid strike threats
Delayed flights are on the rise, but EU rules give you a better chance of claiming compensation
Elon Musk invites developers to test prototypes for Hyperloop on one-mile track in Los Angeles
New specifications for hand luggage set to clear up the confusion over carry-on baggage allowances
First stretch of the Crossrail service will open this weekend with fare cuts for commuters of up to 40 per cent
Aircraft manufacturers turning to 3D printers as a way to produce lighter parts more quickly
American Airlines replaced manuals with iPads to stop pilots injuring themselves with heavy flight documents