Economy Secretary Ken Skates announced the red route as the preferred option for the £250m Deeside corridor scheme.
The scheme, which aims to modernise and relieve pressure on the stretch, will see increased capacity on the existing A548, with a new road linking the A55 and A548 just after the Flintshire Bridge.
A 44-year-old female driver from London has issued sex discrimination proceedings at the Employment Tribunal against Uber claiming that the practices of the San Francisco-based company unfairly disadvantage women.
The claim being brought by GMB, who are represented by law firm Leigh Day on behalf of the woman Uber driver.
As the latest round of Brexit negotiations held in Brussels the Freight Transport Association has welcomed the call from Prime Minister Teresa May for a transition period to be a key priority for the talks.
FTA, which represents more than 16,000 businesses transporting goods and services across the UK and Europe, has been lobbying for such a period since Article 50 was triggered, to enable the preparation of the necessary systems and processes to ensure that post-Brexit trade can run smoothly.
Petrol scooters are likely to be the next target of Transport for London.
The two-wheelers emit high levels of pollutants and TfL has already moved to ban older taxis and subsequently all ICE vehicles by 2040 but commuters switching to the scooters have made pollution worse.
A major free seminar on “The Challenges of 2018” facing the used car and van sectors has been announced by The Vehicle Remarketing Association, which represents organisations involved in the buying, selling and preparation of 1.5 million used vehicles every year.
Taking place at the Leicester Marriott Hotel on 23 November, it is designed to provide a complete briefing of the major trends and legislative changes affecting all of those involved in car and van remarketing from fleets to dealers to suppliers in a compact, four-hour format and you can get more details by e-mailing email@example.com.
The changes over six months and implications for using company cars are outlined in a new report by Leaseplan.
Rumeration, excise duty, company car tax, leasing and emissions testing are explained in LeasePlan’s latest Fleet Funding and Taxation Guide.
Analysis of call outs over the summer to the new pay-on-demand roadside assistance service, RESQYOU, reveals that the most common request for help was for car keys locked in vehicles (46%).
Interestingly, nearly two thirds (61%) of calls for key assistance were made by male motorists and flat tyre assistance was the second most popular call out overall (31%).