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Local Transport Today
Regular news
Canadian consultant WSP this week announced the purchase of consultant Parsons Brinckerhoff from Balfour Beatty for £820m. The enlarged company... continue
Local Transport Today
Regular feature
Andrew Forster
Many of the transport projects that Parsons Brinckerhoff works on make headline news – HS2, Manchester Metrolink and the M25 to name but three.... continue
Local Transport Today
People/consultants
Paul McCormick has been appointed managing director of AECOM, responsible for highways, bridges, ports & marine business across EMEA (Europe,... continue
Local Transport Today
People/consultants
Hyder Consulting’s Nigel Hayward has moved from being UK major projects director to leading the firm’s transport business in its German... continue
Local Transport Today
News
Dutch infrastructure consultant ARCADIS is poised to complete the purchase of UK consultant Hyder next month. ARCADIS originally offered to buy Hyder... continue
Parking Review
Business News
The Jervis Street car park in central Dublin has become the first Irish acquisition of Dutch investment company Bouwfonds.  APCOA Parking... continue
Parking Review
Technology
Patrick McDonnell
A robot is parking customers’ cars at Düsseldorf Airport in Germany. Travellers can leave their cars near the airport terminal and the... continue
Categories: airports, technology, Europe
Parking Review
Yellow Lines
A French artist known as Le Cyklop has created a series of spray paintings on parking bollards. He paints parking posts yellow paint to make look... continue
Categories: safety, Europe
Local Transport Today
Regular news
Andrew Forster
The European Commission is launching a major work programme on urban transport, including a new funding competition for innovations, and guidance on... continue
Local Transport Today
In brief
The European Commission is to test an accident investigation methodology on accidents involving powered two wheelers or bicycles. “No... continue
Local Transport Today
News
The board of UK engineering consultant Hyder is recommending that shareholders accept a takeover offer from Japanese engineering consultant Nippon... continue
Local Transport Today
News extra
Sir Peter Hall, who died on 30 July at the age of 82, was the UK’s foremost post-war geographer and planning academic. A prolific writer, he... continue
Local Transport Today
News
Editor's note: this is an updated and corrected version of the article that appears in the print edition of Local Transport Today. We mistakenly... continue
Local Transport Today
News
Strong performance in National Express Group’s UK bus, coach and rail divisions for the six months to 30 June 2014 was outweighed by... continue
Local Transport Today
In brief
Proposals to include transport in the European Emissions Trading System would have a damaging effect on driving down carbon dioxide emissions from... continue
Local Transport Today
Phil Goodwin
Phil Goodwin
My taste for genre fiction was built on the science fiction magazines of the 1950s, when the futurologists of the time – right-wing libertarian... continue
Local Transport Today
Letters to the editor
Christian Schmidt, Newport
It is disheartening to read that Cambridgeshire seems set to continue with their floating bus stop proposals (‘Floating bus stops redesigned to... continue
Local Transport Today
Media monitor
Rik Thomas
ON 11 JULY the Greener Journeys public transport lobby group took the somewhat unusual step of taking out a paid ‘advertisement feature’... continue
Local Transport Today
People/people
John Dawson has retired from his position as managing director of the European Road Assessment Association, which undertakes the European Road... continue
Parking Review
Parking Policy Lead Story
The Spanish capital Madrid has started making drivers of cars that pollute pay more to park. The city hopes to reduce air pollution and congested... continue
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