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Local Transport Today
Regular news
The British Chambers of Commerce warns the Chancellor ahead of his emergency Budget next week that lack of investment in transport infrastructure... continue
Parking Review
News Lead Story
The Supreme Court will hear motorist Barry Beavis’s appeal against a parking penalty issued by ParkingEye on 21 July. The court will decide on... continue
Parking Review
News Lead Story
Mark Moran
A Private Member’s Bill calling for a ban on pavement parking in England and Wales has been submitted to Parliament by the North Dorset MP... continue
Parking Review
People News
The Traffic Penalty Tribunal has appointed barrister Stephen Knapp as its deputy chief adjudicator. Knapp has been an adjudicator at the Traffic... 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
Letters
Michael Greenslade
In the June issue of Parking Review Caroline Hamilton, the chief parking and road traffic adjudicat... continue
Parking Review
Letters
Caroline Sheppard
Michael Robinson’s article in the May edition of Parking Review does insufficient justice to... continue
Local Transport Today
Letters to the editor
Idris Francis
In Media Monitor you quote a piece by Haley Birch, in The Guardian on the topic, ‘Do 20mph speed limits actually work?’  Ms Birch... continue
Categories: Road safety, England
Local Transport Today
Letters to the editor
Chris Oldham
While I’m pleased to see that Keith Peat has responded to my letter about road “accidents”, I am surprised at some of his comments... continue
Categories: Road safety, England
Local Transport Today
Letters to the editor
Francis King
Keith Peat believes that speed limits should be set professionally (Letters LTT 12 Jun). As a qualified and experienced transport engineer, so do... continue
Local Transport Today
Letters to the editor
Philip Bisatt
I refer to the letter from Brian Dalton regarding the provision for cyclists and buses in housing estates (Letters LTT 12 Jun). Mr Dalton appears not... continue
Local Transport Today
Main editorial comment
It is now nearly 20 years since the Transport Planning Society was established as a self-contained body for the profession. It’s in some ways... continue
Local Transport Today
Viewpoint
Andrew Allen
Inertia is arguably the most powerful force in land-use planning. Planners and architects alike have long recognised the tendency to replicate... continue
Local Transport Today
Regular feature
Lee Baker
The Future Highways 2015 conference was, despite an opening address emphasising that “austerity is here to stay,” surprisingly upbeat and... continue
Local Transport Today
Interview
Geoff Dudley
For many years, transport planning as a profession lacked a qualification that could provide it with an identity in its own right. In this respect,... continue
Local Transport Today
News extra
Andrew Forster
‘Capital rich, revenue poor’  is an increasingly apt description of the transport funding situation councils in England find... continue
Local Transport Today
In brief
The Government has raised £46.5m from foreign-registered vehicles in the first year of the HGV road user levy – more than twice the... continue
Local Transport Today
Regular news
Highway authorities in England are testing a self-assessment questionnaire about their road maintenance practices, the final version of which will be... continue
Local Transport Today
In brief
The Government has made provision for a future connection between London’s east-west Crossrail and the West Coast Main Line in a proposed... continue
Local Transport Today
Regular news
Two transport planning tools should be revised to take account of people making fewer trips, says a new report by the Campaign for Better... continue
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