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Local Transport Today
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Local Transport Today
It is hard to argue with the basic premise of the Transport Systems Catapult – finding relatively small fish and helping them with funding and... continue
Local Transport Today
Phil Goodwin
Phil Goodwin
The Times Higher Education has been running a discussion called ‘The worst piece of peer review I’ve ever received’. It was... continue
Local Transport Today
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Local Transport Today
Transport for London’s plan to invest in a predictive traffic signalling system to manage the capital’s road network offers potentially... continue
Local Transport Today
John Dales
John Dales
Having regularly used (and indeed abused) film and song titles to headline my articles, I thought that I’d try something different this month.... continue
Categories: Cycling, England
Local Transport Today
Viewpoint
Paul Salveson
One of the success stories of community rail is the way links between small towns and the railway have been strengthened in lots of different ways. I... continue
Local Transport Today
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Paul Salveson
Railway staff are expected to be increasingly multi-skilled these days. So it should have come as no surprise to find an off-duty Northern Rail... continue
Categories: Railways, England
Parking Review
Letters
Patrick Troy, chief executive, British Parking Association
Letter to Marcus Jones MP: Car parking policy – the Cardigan experience

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Parking Review
Debates
Mark Moran
The government minister responsible for high streets has voiced support for the provision of free public parking. The Department for Communities and... continue
Parking Review
Viewpoint
Professor Nick Reed, technical lead of the GATEWay project and academy director at TRL, welcomed the government's announcement of a new code of... continue
Parking Review
Letters
Patrick Troy, chief executive, British Parking Association
There is no such thing as a free parking space: someone has to pay for it. This is true everywhere: in town centres, at the beach and in the... continue
Local Transport Today
Phil Goodwin
Phil Goodwin
All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players, wrote Shakespeare, with impeccable gender inclusiveness, though he then went... continue
Local Transport Today
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Local Transport Today
The Urgenda case may not mean much to many people in the UK yet but if environmental groups get their way, it could have significant implications for... continue
Local Transport Today
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Peter Kay
The bus industry (with exceptions!) exhibits a famously poor customer interface, notably its complaint services, which often don’t reply at... continue
Local Transport Today
Main editorial comment
Local Transport Today
Readers may well think it is overkill to devote six pages to the tale of ultra-light rail in the UK; by the time we had finished writing, we were... continue
Local Transport Today
Viewpoint
Robert Cattell
Glance at a map of London and it is immediately clear that dedicated infrastructure for railways is greatly excessive for the job we require it to do... continue
Local Transport Today
John Dales
John Dales
My title this month is that of a song by George and Ira Gershwin, from the 1937 film Shall We Dance?, in which Fred Astaire & Ginger... continue
Categories: Cycling, All of UK
Local Transport Today
Viewpoint
Paul Salveson
The community rail movement has been around for well over 20 years now and is a concept embraced by government, the railway industry and local... continue
Local Transport Today
Viewpoint
Rory McMullan, Founding member of the Active Travel Network, Landor LINKS
Firstly, a big thank-you to all of you who attended the Active Travel Network launch dinner. There are some photos from the event available continue
Parking Review
Viewpoint
Phil Grant
Pavement parking has been a contentious issue for some time. As pressure on the kerbside increases, motorists are continually looking for a parking... continue
Parking Review
Case Studies
Steve Melia
There are parts of the world where people have always lived without cars because no road access is possible or none has been provided. Some of these... continue
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