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Parking Review
Awards
The deadline for submissions to the ?British Parking Awards 2009 has been extended to Monday 12 January. The extension has become a traditional... continue
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Parking Policy
Increased parking charges at a Cambridge hospital has resulted in nearly £1m in fees from patients, staff and visitors in the last six months.... continue
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Park & Ride
Compulsory purchase orders (CPOs) will be used  by Bath and North East Somerset Council to buy  gardens along a rapid bus transit (BRT)... continue
Parking Review
Parking Policy
Plans to roll out a network of car clubs across England by car club charity Carplus have been rejected by the Department for Transport (DfT) amid... continue
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Construction
The concrete repair sector has enjoyed a successful year despite the economic downturn, the chairman of the Concrete Repair Association (CRA)... continue
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Bus News
By Rhodri Clark
Innovative Welsh bus schemes, including the Snowdon Sherpa, face uncertainty because the Welsh Assembly Government will stop funding them in March... continue
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Lead Story
By James Dark
The Office of Rail Regulation has refused to back down on the cost reduction targets set for Network Rail over the next five years, describing them... continue
Parking Review
Operational
Parking charges for patients have come into force at two Berkshire hospitals, with the imminent introduction of charges at a third hospital in a bid... continue
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Rail News
Airports operator BAA has formally agreed to make the £230m contribution it had promised to the CrossRail project, transport minister Andrew... continue
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Business News
A fall in shoppers using Northampton’s town centre car parks has caused a budget shortfall, says the borough council.­ Tony Woods, leader... continue
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Debates
The current economic downturn is seeing city centre retail, office and residential building projects stall. However, many developers recognise there... continue
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Bus News
A survey of Greater Manchester residents by bus operator Stagecoach Manchester has revealed that 8% of people in Manchester have switched from car to... continue
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Bus News
Local authorities in the West Midlands have commissioned a new study that could lead to a £500m boost in transport funding. The councils, led... continue
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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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