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Park & Ride
A Berkshire council has agreed to pay the owners of vehicles damaged more than £500,000 in compensation after a park & ride site was... continue
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People News
Jacobs Consultancy has appointed Ira Gupta to join its public private partnership (PPP) team to work on schemes in the highways, urban transit and... continue
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Hospitals
Plans for a new 800-bed super-hospital to be built in Bristol will feature up to 2,700 parking spaces for staff and visitors. There will be two... continue
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Parkex
Consulting and business services group Mouchel will have a strong presence at Traffex and Parkex this year as it takes a large stand in the centre of... continue
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Other Columnist
Helen Holland
The Commission for Integrated Transport very much agrees that the future of the bus subsidy hangs in the balance, as Ben Colson suggests (Transit... continue
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Regular News
James Dark
National Express Group has announced that it will be making further job cuts and cost reductions, paring back investment and cutting its... continue
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Letters to the Editor
Ray Wilkes
Ian Maude (Transit February 20) is certainly correct in his scepticism on the OAP free travel. My wife and I have just returned for a four day break... continue
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Bus News
Scottish bus operators have cautiously welcomed the news that the Scottish government has announced  a £4m funding package that will see... continue
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In brief
Strathclyde Partnership for Transport is to spend an extra £5m this year on developing park and ride projects in the west of Scotland. The... continue
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Rail News
Edinburgh Tram works on Princes Street were delayed a day before they were due to begin after a dispute over the contract. Contractors BSC -... continue
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Ben Colson
Ben Colson
Ever since the present government came to power, it has hankered for the opportunity to cut subsidy to bus services. Of course they wouldn’t... continue
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Letters to the Editor
By Ian Maule, Isle of Man
Having worked for an operator who competed with EYMS in the East Riding for a number of years, I?always found Peter Shipp’s views of the... continue
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Rail News
London mayor Boris Johnson and transport secretary Geoff Hoon have reached a deal that will allow a further extension to the East London Line. The... continue
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Regular News
The government will initially refuse to bail out train operators which run into financial difficulty, but will inevitably be forced to do so when... continue
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Awards
Top political correspondent and, following Strictly Come Dancing, national treasure John Sergeant will be the host of this year’s British... continue
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Cover Story
Philip Higgs
Has free travel killed park & ride? Anyone remember that new Labour pledge of “100 new park & ride sites by 2010”? It will... continue
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Business Comment
The table of local authorities which are seeing serious shortfalls in their concessionary fare budgets that has been produced by the Local Government... continue
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In brief
Speaking at a prime ministers question time this week, a Derbyshire MP accused local bus operators of defrauding councils. “Free bus travel for... continue
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In brief
Transport minister Paul Clark has announced a new round of Kickstart funding for new bus schemes around the country. Local authorities are being... continue
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