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Local Transport Today
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Liverpool City Council is studying ways to give fully-laden goods vehicles priority at traffic lights, particularly lights on inclines. The council... continue
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In brief
The European Commission is planning new rules to allow lorry manufacturers to design more aerodynamic lorries that could enhance the safety of... continue
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Satellite navigation service provider Navevo has launched what it claims is the world’s first ‘cyclist alert’ safety feature as... continue
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The Road Haulage Association has struck a deal with the owner of the M6 Toll road in the West Midlands allowing members free use of the road... continue
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Viewpoint
Robert Cochrane, Visiting Professor, Imperial College
Derogatory phrases such as “Beeching the Butcher”, or “Beeching’s axe again!” tend to appear whenever there is a... continue
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Detail
Halton Borough Council has appointed engineering consultant Waterman to project manage a design and build tender and supervise construction of rail... continue
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Southampton City Council is to procure an operator for a freight consolidation centre to reduce goods vehicle deliveries in and around the city. The... continue
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In brief
The HGV Road User Levy Act has received Royal Assent, paving the way for a lorry road user charge to be introduced from next April. The Act... continue
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A freight consolidation centre is to be set up in Perth as part of a European project. TACTRAN, the Tayside and Central Scotland Transport... continue
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London mayor Boris Johnson is to exempt goods vehicles and coaches from the fifth phase of the capital’s Low Emission Zone. Phase five, to be... continue
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People/people
Transport for London has paid compensation to 35 van owners who were incorrectly told their vehicles would not be compliant with the capital’s... continue
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Transport professionals have backed the DfT’s plan to raise the speed limit for goods vehicles over 7.5 tonnes on single carriageway roads in... continue
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Letters to the editor
Norman Bradbury, Railfuture, Chair – policy, lobbying and campaigns committee, Surrey KT4
Paul Withrington castigates me, even suggesting that I should perhaps be sent to jail, for criticising his flawed comparison between road and rail... continue
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Newcastle City Council  is consulting on plans to ban goods vehicles and vans from the city’s pioneering ‘no car’ lanes, as... continue
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Transport for London has called for major reforms to how the construction industry manages its goods deliveries in an effort to cut accidents between... continue
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People/people
Christopher Snelling has been appointed the Freight Transport Association’s head of urban policy, replacing Gordon Telling, who is now director... continue
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News
The number of transport and storage businesses entering administration jumped by 50% quarter on quarter in the last three months of 2012. KPMG... continue
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In brief
Increasing the speed limit for heavy goods vehicles on single carriageway roads from 40 to 50mph is “likely” to increase the severity and... continue
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Letters to the editor
Paul Withrington, Director, Transport-watch, Northampton NN2
Norman Bradbury recites my finding that freight moved per track-km by rail is one-third of that moved per lane-km on the motorway and trunk road... continue
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Main editorial comment
What salary does someone need to earn in order to become entitled to First Class rail travel? We imagine there must be heated debate about this very... continue
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