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Local Transport Today
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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 interest because many public... continue
Local Transport Today
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Steve Melia, University of the West of England
When communities secretary Eric Pickles abolished Labour’s (already weakened) national parking standards, he cloaked his announcement in the... continue
Local Transport Today
John Dales
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 sometimes seemed to me.... continue
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Paul Salveson
I’ve just finished watching the national news. It covered the huge gathering in London calling for ‘new homes for Britain’. The... continue
Local Transport Today
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Local Transport Today
The comments of Michael Dugher, Labour’s new transport secretary, about the dominance of non-car voices in the national discussion of transport... continue
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Stephen Stradling, Transport Research Institute
Trials are to get underway of running driverless vehicles on UK roads to test the impact on infrastructure, regulation and other road users... continue
Local Transport Today
Phil Goodwin
Phil Goodwin
I do worry about gambling. I am not sure which I find more creepy, the bombardment of advertising for roulette, poker and fruit machines on your... continue
Parking Review
Letters
Graeme Jones
Parking campaigners NoToMob have written to all 246 local authority members of the British Parking Association (BPA) calling on them to consider... continue
Categories: funding, BPA
Local Transport Today
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Local Transport Today
Transport featured prominently at last week’s board meeting of the Lancashire Local Enterprise Partnership. Members discussed plans to create a... continue
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Paul Salveson
The question of how we make more use of small and medium-sized stations has been addressed in these columns on several occasions in the past. As we... continue
Local Transport Today
John Dales
John Dales
The questions above represent a wide diversity of those that are often asked, in one form or another, and more or less politely, of people whose work... continue
Parking Review
Mike Macey on...
Mike Macey
Parking enforcement is a subject that generates headlines. For example, the national press and broadcasters were excited in late 2014 by the RAC... continue
Parking Review
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James Gouge
Relationship management is one of the fundamental aspects of a parking manager’s role. Their role requires them to deal with a diverse range of... continue
Parking Review
Debates
Steve Melia
When communities secretary Eric Pickles abolished Labour’s (already weakened) national parking standards in 2011, he cloaked his announcement... continue
Local Transport Today
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Rob Grisdale charts the development of bike hire schemes from Amsterdam’s canal-bound white bicycles to contactless cards, smart docking... continue
Categories: All of UK
Local Transport Today
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Gabriele Schliwa, Benjamin Bell, James Evans & Chris Mason
‘Big data’ can provide valuable information for optimising urban transport planning. Several smartphone apps exist that cyclists can use... continue
Local Transport Today
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Paul Salveson
There’s a lot going on in the highly-pressurised world of rail franchising. Dutch-owned Abellio is mobilising ‘north of the border’... continue
Local Transport Today
John Dales
John Dales
My first column of 2015 brings me back to a subject that is very close to my heart and which, frankly, should be very much higher that it is on... continue
Local Transport Today
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Local Transport Today
The tale of Robert the Bruce, sitting in a cave, watching a spider trying to build a web, is the origin of the maxim, ‘If at first you... continue
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Glenn Lyons, University of the West of England
During 2014 I had the great privilege of being seconded to the New Zealand Ministry of Transport to lead a major project called ‘Future... continue
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