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27 March
A host of influential cycling campaigners will converge on York Racecourse on 30 April for the Women & Cycling...
27 March
Planners and policy makers need to consider if new cycle networks are suitable for children and adults cycling with...
24 March
Lee Baker The transport secretary Patrick McLoughlin today unveils the winners of the competition for £275m funding for major...
23 March
Lee Baker Transport secretary Patrick McLoughlin has promised to legislate in the next Parliament to bring HS2 to Crewe. McLoughlin...
20 March
Modelling World 2015 will open, as usual, with a session exploring the key issues on the modelling agenda; this year,...
20 March
Questions have been raised about the future of travel plans for new developments after a court ruling that local authorities...
20 March
The threat of a judicial review against Transport for London’s flagship east-west cycle superhighway was receding this...
20 March
Deniz Huseyin The UK’s intelligent mobility sector is being hindered by gaps in the open data available, according to a report...
20 March
Road traffic volumes in England are forecast to grow by between 19 and 55% between 2010 and 2040, according to the...
20 March
Transport for London has revised how it plans to spend the £913m cycling budget proposed for 2013 to...
20 March
Transport for London has outlined the steps being taken to strengthen its staffing and evaluation capabilities to meet mayor...
18 March
Lee Baker The Chancellor today signalled backing for HS3, pledged to protect capital spending despite a further fiscal squeeze, and...
18 March
Professor Mike Batty The dilemma is this: the more we enrich the model hoping to improve its simulation of the existing situation, the more...
17 March
Deniz Huseyin The way Transport for London (TfL) deals with customer complaints is in need of an urgent re-think, states a review by the...
17 March
Responsibility for off-street parking has transferred from the Department for Transport to the Department for Communities...
17 March
Lee Baker Congestion on UK roads is the worst it has been for over ten years, a Freight Transport Association survey...
16 March
Lee Baker Transport secretary Patrick McLoughlin has called on West Midlands councils to draw up a plan to improve the region's rail...
9 March
Mark Moran Two projects that seek to educate parents on how to park in a considerate manner around schools were among the winners of...
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20 March
Local Transport Today
Transport for London’s decision to drop its 5 per cent mode share target for cycling is of more than just local...
20 March
Steve Melia, University of the West of England
When communities secretary Eric Pickles abolished Labour’s (already weakened) national parking standards, he cloaked...
20 March
John Dales
Since we last spoke, I became chair of the Transport Planning Society; and this may seem as unlikely to you as it has...
20 March
Paul Salveson
I’ve just finished watching the national news. It covered the huge gathering in London calling for ‘new homes...
9 March
Local Transport Today
The comments of Michael Dugher, Labour’s new transport secretary, about the dominance of non-car voices in the...
Latest business : Last updated 7 days ago
20 March
Stagecoach Group is to spend almost £85m on the purchase of nearly 470 new buses and coaches for services in the UK...
20 March
FirstGroup is hoping to launch open access rail services between London Kings Cross and Edinburgh. Having lost out to a...
20 March
John WE Helm
Bus passengers in York and Nottinghamshire are the most satisfied with their journeys,  according to the annual Bus...
9 March
Air Passenger Duty (APD) could be levied at differential rates within England, the UK Government has announced, in an effort...
9 March
National Express Group has reported a slight fall in revenues in 2014 from £1.89bn (2013) to £1.87bn, but a...

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Local Transport Today 616 22 February
Bus and rail fares could be brought down but not by political control. Much better bus priority would bring down bus fares. Cutting DfT meddling could bring down rail fares.... continued

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