The Chancellor George Osborne outlines his long term economic plan for the North East in an exclusive piece
Journal columnist and performance poet Kate Fox finds how a speed awareness course won round a posse of truculent drivers
Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin says "ring fencing" work for British firms was not the way forward
Network Rail has reconnected around half a mile of lines at Port of Sunderland, boosting its cargo handling potential
Case for including North East on high speed line and trans-pennine link should have been considered years ago, say MPs
Andy McDonald MP said it is a "sorry state of affairs" that Teesside has been sidelined in plans for Transport for the North body
Northumberland's potholes tally stands at 6,600, months after council bosses said they had tackled its backlog
The Team Valley-based manufacturer will provide further units on top of a 2013 order
Re-privatisation of rail line will only benefit Virgin and Stagecoach shareholders, says regional head of TUC
North East bus operators are working with IT firms and the Department of Transport on the ticketing plans for the region
The boss of Go North East responds to Newcastle Council leader Nick Forbes after the vote to proceed with radical plans for the buses
The state-of-the-art £5m training facility is the first of its kind in the North East and opened its doors to more than 70 students in September
Members of the NE Combined Authority voted unanimously for a Quality Contract Scheme for Tyne and Wear
Newcastle-headquartered firm Go-Ahead Group published the statement for the period from June 29 to October 20 2014, ahead of its annual general meeting on Friday
MPs in a House of Commons debate clashed over plans for "quality contracts" giving North East councils more control over bus services
Both Go North East and Nexus have committed to training up apprentices to fill the skills gap in light of ageing workforces
Councillor Nick Forbes says travel for young and pensioners is 'woefully under-funded' and situation is 'absurd and unsustainable'
Decision to sell off UK's stake in Eurostar is slammed by Labour and unions who attack it as a 'short sighted act of industrial vandalism'
Union leaders have hit out after the rail service which operates in the North East faces losing nine trains - to 'David Cameron's stomping ground'
Would be MP Anne-Marie Trevelyan has said she is "optimistic" of an imminent announcement that the A1 is to be fully dualled through Northumberland