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Bus News Lead Story
By Andrew Garnett
The announcement of the question that voters will be asked in the forthcoming referendum into Greater Manchester’s Transport Innovation Fund... continue
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Regular News
The Republic of Ireland’s ambitious transport investment programme is being blown off course by the country’s economic difficulties. Last... continue
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Letters to the Editor
Terry Morgan, Chief Executive Officer, Tube Lines, London
I refer to your article (Transit September 12) headlined ‘Tube Lines following same fate as Metronet as £2bn shortfall revealed’. I... continue
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Regular Feature
By Tom Winsor
“Laws and institutions must go hand in hand with the progress of the human mind ... We might as well require a man to wear the coat that fitted... continue
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Lead Story
By Robert Jack
Dedicated school buses should be introduced across Britain to all primary and many secondary schools says the Yellow School Bus Commission, chaired... continue
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Rail News Lead Story
By James Dark
Transport Scotland has indicated that it is facing problems financing its five-year rail programme published last summer. Chief executive Malcolm... continue
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Rail News
The Association of Train Operating Companies has named two routes which it believes should be electrified as the forerunners to a national... continue
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Rail News
The Department for Transport has allocated an additional £15m for a new strategic research programme to be managed by the Rail Safety and... continue
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Regular News
By Robert Jack
Transport secretary Ruth Kelly used her speech to the Labour party conference in Manchester this week to announce £25m of Kickstart funding for... continue
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Letters to the Editor
David Young, Head of Transport Integration and Deputy to Passenger Services Director, South Yorkshire PTE
I enjoyed Nelson’s column, which recognises that Barnsley and Rotherham deserve and indeed, need, better rail services to support economic... continue
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Other Columnist
By Nicholas Finney
With the present government’s power seeming to ebb away in the face of a harsh economic climate and a resurgent Cameron-led, Conservative... continue
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Regular News
The government is imposing a “stealth railway tax” on poor performing rail lines, according to Liberal Democrat shadow transport... continue
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Bus News
By Meera Rambissoon
South Yorkshire PTE has developed outline proposals for a new Bus Rapid Transit scheme between Rotherham and Sheffield, in partnership with Rotherham... continue
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Rail News
Network Rail has moved closer to the Office of Rail Regulation’s appraisal of what it should spend on the  network between 2009-14. In... continue
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Rail News
Network Rail has unveiled plans for its £400m-plus scheme to increase capacity at Reading station. The notorious bottleneck at the station... continue
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Bus News
Transport Minister Rosie Winterton has given conditional approval for the controversial Luton to Dunstable guided busway in a move that will allow... continue
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Developments
Plans for a major new defence centre in North Wiltshire have been given approval. The project, known as Corsham09, will see 2,200 defence equipment... continue
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Bus News
Cumbria County Council has announced proposals to increase public sector funding to bus operators in the county in the wake of increasing cost... continue
Parking Review
Park & Ride
The Arrington park & ride facility in Guildford is set to have its capacity increased by 60%. Currently the site has 447 spaces but will have a... continue
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Business News
The Competition Commission is suggeting that airport operator BAA may have to sell three of its seven UK airports — and their lucrative parking... continue
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