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New Transit
Cover Story Detail
Internal Department for Transport figures obtained by New Transit show that capital spending on transport is expected to be cut by around a third in... continue
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Reflections
The introduction of free nationwide concessionary bus travel in Wales, Scotland and finally England is something of a landmark, but since its... continue
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Rail News
Adonis will not accept sacrifice of £8bn high-speed rail line amid pressure on public finances. Lord Adonis, the Secretary of State for... continue
Parking Review
Operational
The London Borough of Hillingdon has introduced a multi-application resident card, which offers local residents access to services such as parking at... continue
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Rail News
National Express is reportedly planning a £400 million investor cash-call as speculation mounted over the group after the Government's move... continue
Parking Review
Railways
Over 14 long disused railway lines could be economically re-opened and up to 40 stations — including new parkways — created across... continue
Parking Review
Railways
The increasing the number of trains on the Aberbeen to Edinburgh line from one to two per hour is attracting commuters and putting pressure on... continue
Parking Review
People News
Lord Adonis has been appointed transport secretary in the Cabinet reshuffle. He replaced Geoff Hoon who stood down to pursue interests in Europe and... continue
Parking Review
Park & Ride
A number of park & ride sites are planned to serve the 2012 London Olympics, the Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA) has announced. Previously the... continue
Parking Review
People News
Young people in Hull now have the opportunity to gain experience and access to qualifications following VINCI Park’s agreement to sponsor a... continue
New Transit
Rail News
National Express was locked in talks with the government on Monday night ahead of a crucial trading update on Wednesday.
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Light Rail News
Meera Rambissoon
New transport minister Sadiq Khan has said that light rail schemes will not be approved at any cost, and has pointed to the role of the Regional... continue
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Light Rail News
Simon Johnson, associate editor of Tramways and Urban Transit
“It can be done”: that was the message delegates to the Fourth Annual Light Rapid Transit Forum conference in late May from the... continue
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Bus News
Meera Rambissoon
Transport minister Sadiq Khan has announced that Tees Valley is to benefit from a £62m upgrade to help improve its local bus network. The... continue
Transit
Media Monitor
THE four largest private sector firms in Edinburgh have pledged just over £1 million between them to the cost of the city's £545m tram... continue
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Reflections
A recent press release from 10 Downing Street proudly proclaims that more than 60,000 new cars have been ordered through the government’s... continue
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Business
Andrew Garnett
The sale of National?Express Group’s London bus operations to NedRailways, the overseas arm of the Dutch state railway, is the latest move in a... continue
New Transit
Cover Story Detail
Over the past year, the recession has caused rail revenue growth to fall well below the 8-10% target that formed the basis of winning franchise bids... continue
New Transit
Cover Story
James Dark
The past year’s economic mayhem has been wreaking havoc with the business plans and expectations of many industries. Banks have gone bust, long... continue
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