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Street design in new housing estates ‘too restrictive for buses’

Read the latest: Oxfordshire County Council has criticised the street design in some of the county’s recently-built housing estates, saying the main streets are... continued

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29 May
Oxfordshire County Council has criticised the street design in some of the county’s recently-built housing estates,...
29 May
Oxfordshire County Council has told housing developers to accommodate cyclists on-street on the main streets in a major new...
29 May
Scotland’s transport minister Derek Mackay ruled out changing the default speed limit on restricted roads from 30 to...
29 May
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26 May
Lee Baker London's Evening Standard has started a campaign against the "too little, too late" action of the Mayor on traffic...
21 May
Lee Baker Car traffic in Great Britain last year increased by the largest amount since 2002, by 1.9% to 244.5 billion vehicle miles,...
21 May
Lee Baker The Local Government Association is calling on the Government to not stop at devolution for cities but to offer all areas...
19 May
Lee Baker The Chancellor is under pressure from business leaders to protect transport infrastructure in his summer Budget to set out...
15 May
Dublin has seen a remarkable upsurge in cycling over the past 10 years. Since 2004, the number of cyclists coming into the...
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29 May
Local Transport Today
List all the influences on the nation’s travel patterns and the location and design of residential developments would...
29 May
Adrian Davis, University of the West of England
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Phil Goodwin
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15 May
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15 May
Peter Siemensma, Royal HaskoningDHV
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29 May
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29 May
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Local Transport Today 604 31 August
To some extent I see what Charlotte's getting at, but I don't agree. She seems to be saying that you should promote cycling as something you only do if you're a bit weird. That... continued

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