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Parking Review
Operational Lead Story
Gloucestershire County Council is set to increase residents’ parking permits from £62 a year to £80 over the next three years. The... continue
Parking Review
Operational
A number of organisations have signed up to the government’s Cycle to Work Guarantee scheme aimed at encouraging employers to provide bicycle... continue
Parking Review
Enforcement News
An error on penalty charge notices (PCNs) issued by St Albans City and District Council means the authority stands to lose £24,000 in revenue.... continue
Parking Review
Enforcement News
Tory MP Greg Knight has warned the government is set to introduce a £15 surcharge on parking offences and other fixed penalty offences. The... continue
Parking Review
Parking Policy
Councils should consider increasing parking tariffs as a way of lessening the impact of spending cuts, according to a new paper by the Chartered... continue
Parking Review
Business News Lead Story
A pan-European bank consortium has provided over 965m euros (£856m) of new corporate financing for Q-Park, the Dutch-owned international... continue
Parking Review
Parking Policy Lead Story
Local authority annual reports will be pivotal in determining whether or not the government  reviews parking penalty charge bands. Transport... continue
New Transit
Rail News
Mayor of London, Boris Johnson yesterday visited Shoreditch High Street station to see the last phase of works to deliver the new East London Line on... continue
New Transit
Politics Lead Story
Andrew Garnett
The success of London’s bus network in recent years is well known. Under former mayor Ken Livingstone, between 2000 and 2008 passenger... continue
New Transit
Cover Story Detail
While Whitehall has often appeared reactive in its transport policy, the Scottish and Welsh governments and Transport for London have taken a more... continue
New Transit
The Big Question
Professor George Hazel, Chairman, MRC McLean Hazel
The last 10 years has seen some progress. The image of public transport has improved due to better rolling stock for buses and trains, and the... continue
New Transit
Feature
Andrew Garnett
Metro, the West Yorkshire PTE, has gone public with plans for a Quality Contract. Could it finally succeed in bringing buses under local... continue
New Transit
Projects
Workington North opens to connect flood hit town Network Rail last month opened Workington North station, a new temporary station planned and... continue
New Transit
Politics
The recession is having a significant impact on bus passenger growth in London, but it’s not as bad as many fear, David Brown, Transport for... continue
New Transit
In brief
Transport minister Sadiq Khan has announced further reform of the Bus Service Operators Grant with more radical changes to be introduced. From April... continue
New Transit
In brief
The Department for Transport has announced a £20m fund to promote smart ticketing in the nine biggest urban areas outside London. The funding... continue
New Transit
In brief
French group Transdev has been axed from the Edinburgh tram project as part of a drive to cut costs on the troubled £500m project. Transdev was... continue
New Transit
Light Rail News
London Underground (LU) has said the works should cost £4.2bn. Tube Lines says it needs to spend £5.75bn. Mr Bolt is expected to allow... continue
New Transit
Light Rail News
Nexus, the Tyne & Wear PTE, yesterday evening announced the name of a preferred bidder for a contract to operate trains and stations on the Tyne... continue
New Transit
Bus News
The government’s £30m Green Bus Fund announcement is likely to lead to orders for over 70 fully electric and hybrid Optare buses the... continue
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