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Local Transport Today
Letters to the editor
Julie Boston, Friends of Suburban Bristol Railways, Bristol
Andrew Forster’s fascinating account of road improvements for the capital and Roger Sexton’s letter on the desperate need for bus... continue
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A multi-operator travelcard for bus services in the West of England partnership area is to be launched in September. The Avon Rider day ticket will... continue
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Nexus is consulting on a new bus strategy for Tyne and Wear that will provide the context for a decision on whether to implement Quality... continue
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Letters to the editor
Roger Sexton, Nottingham NG1
While I agree with the general thrust of Tim Larner’s letter and its headline ‘Bus Partnerships – a flawed model for urban... continue
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Comment
Peter Stonham
The steady opening up of European passenger transport markets to competition is involving some tough decisions in other countries about how to... continue
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Interview
What would transport policy be like under a Labour Government? Only the party’s diehard supporters would have been interested in that question... continue
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Britain’s biggest bus operators are to launch a discounted travel scheme for young people who are not in employment or education. Industry... continue
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Londoners who reach the age of 60 will be eligible for free travel on public transport via a new 60+ Concessionary Travel Scheme being launched by... continue
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Passenger Focus has cast doubt on whether efforts to incentivise flexible working with rail fare structures will work and said opening up data on... continue
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Bike hire schemes, smartcard ticketing, and personal travel planning projects across England are among the initiatives that will be funded from the... continue
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Passenger Transport Executive support body Pteg has criticised the DfT’s suggestion that there is a need to reduce regional imbalances in rail... continue
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Two new forms of ‘smart’ public transport ticket are to be trialled in South West England. The West of England partnership authorities... continue
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Centro’s new public transport smartcard for the West Midlands is to be branded ‘Swift’.... continue
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The UK’s first urban cable car will open on Thursday, providing a new transport link across the River Thames from Greenwich to Royal Docks in... continue
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The Government’s policy of regulating rail fares has been “too effective” at keeping fares down, according to Transport for Greater... continue
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TfL is drawing up plans to return the age of eligibility for a Freedom Pass to 60, honouring Boris Johnson’s mayoral election pledge. The... continue
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Nottinghamshire County Council is to buy railcards for staff to cut the cost of business travel. The council estimates 8-10% of staff would be... continue
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Nottinghamshire County Council has struck a two-year fixed concessionary travel reimbursement deal with 18 of the area’s 21 bus and tram... continue
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Rik Thomas
Hertfordshire County Council is currently in the throes of implementing a highly advanced automatic vehicle location and real-time passenger... continue
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Regular news
Transport for London has announced that its ‘Emirates Air Line’ cable car system will be opened on June 28, a month ahead of the Olympic... continue
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