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Local Transport Today
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Derek Halden, DHC, Edinburgh EH4
It was good to see some coverage of new accessibility modelling software but peppering the article with references to “accessibility planning... continue
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When the colour of the Government changes, a major shake-up of local government can sometimes follow. That’s what happened in 2010 when the... continue
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Andrew Last, Minnerva Ltd
Stephen Plowden’s letter in the last issue (“HS2 is even worse than ‘predict and provide’ road planning”) gives an... continue
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Phil Goodwin
Phil Goodwin
One of the more impressive if less admirable creations of the British tradition of governance is calculated ambiguity, delicate and almost invisible,... continue
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Two hundred years ago it was hard to move much faster than walking speed. Horse-drawn carriages made slow progress on poor roads. With the coming of... continue
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The dispute between the UK and Welsh governments over who agreed to pay for the Welsh Valley lines electrification programme, first announced in 2012... continue
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Graham Nalty
High-speed rail is a wonderful way to travel. You can relax, or eat, or do productive work on your computer whilst you travel and your journey is... continue
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Back in January, I finished this column by expressing my concern that, in this country, from the moment we pass our driving test, we assume driving... continue
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Paul Salveson
The voluntary and community sector is generally good at innovation, and ‘community rail’ is no exception. Combining their dynamism and... continue
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David Metz
I concluded my previous article by observing that average demand for personal daily travel has stabilised at about a thousand trips a year covering... continue
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Oliver Carsten, Professor of Transport Safety, Institute for Transport Studies, University of Leeds, Leeds LS2
The three countries in the world that do best in terms of road safety performance — Sweden, the UK and the Netherlands —  are... continue
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Robert Goodwill MP, Parliamentary under secretary of state for transport, Department for Transport, Great Minster House, London SW1P
I write following your coverage of the draft National Networks National Policy Statement (“Rethink ‘predict and provide’ roads... continue
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Keith Mitchell, Peter Brett Associates
The draft National Policy Statement for national networks sets out its stall as follows: “The NPS sets out the Government’s vision and... continue
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Phil Goodwin
Phil Goodwin
Sharp-eyed readers (actually, even the bleariest hung-over ones) will have noticed a recurrent thread among the three lead stories in the last issue... continue
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David Metz
The National Travel Survey (NTS) has been tracking the travel behaviour of residents of Britain for the past 40 years. All credit to the... continue
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Paul Salveson
Landor’s annual conference on ‘Rail-Led Developments’ is always a good place to hear about new ideas and practical innovation at... continue
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The DfT’s draft National Policy Statement (NPS) on national networks has created a huge furore because of what its critics see as a return to... continue
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Ray Bentley
I define the Far South West (FSW) as the two Local Enterprise Partnership areas of Cornwall and Heart of the South West – basically Somerset... continue
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John Dales
John Dales
There are two, maybe three, reasons why I’m writing about a street called Exmouth Market this month. The first is that, since we moved just... continue
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Lewis Wray, traffic support director, Mouchel
Through our Traffic Support operation, Mouchel is a major supplier of systems and services to the UK traffic enforcement market. A high-profile... continue
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