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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
Main editorial comment
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
Viewpoint
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
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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
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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
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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
Parking Review
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Dave Holladay
There would be a simple solution to all the muddle over vehicles parked on a footway if just one enforcement detail was brought in line with almost... continue
Local Transport Today
Main editorial comment
Local Transport Today
The transport planning profession devotes a lot of time and energy to the appraisal of projects before they are built but much less to the evaluation... continue
Local Transport Today
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Tom van Vuren, Mott MacDonald
The publication of HM Treasury’s AQUA Book, published in March, follows on from the Review of quality assurance of government analytical... continue
Local Transport Today
John Dales
John Dales
I was at the VeloCity conference last week, the first time I’d been to this annual three-day urban cycling jamboree. While having a chat with a... continue
Categories: Cycling, All of UK
Local Transport Today
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Paul Salveson
It’s a common misconception within the transport industry that the ‘community rail’ movement is entirely volunteer-run.... continue
Parking Review
Letters
The Independent Parking Committee
This open letter comes from the IPC to the BPA in view of continue
Parking Review
Yellow Lines
Comedies filmed in cars are an interesting sub-genre on British TV. A classic episode of One Foot in the Grave, ‘Beast in the Cage’, saw... continue
Parking Review
Viewpoint
Nigel Williams
Past performance is a poor indicator of the future. This is a warning usually written in small print on adverts for financial services. It is also... continue
Parking Review
Debates
Caroline Hamilton
The cover story on Parking Review’s May issue, ‘Seeking balance can be unfair’, demonstrated... continue
Local Transport Today
Main editorial comment
Local Transport Today
List all the influences on the nation’s travel patterns and the location and design of residential developments would come somewhere near the... continue
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