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Local Transport Today
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The London Borough of Wandsworth is to close Putney Bridge to vehicles for three months from 14 July for a £1.5m maintenance project. The... continue
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Transport for London and Network Rail have launched a consultation on the route alignment of the proposed Crossrail 2 scheme.  A consultation on... continue
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The London Borough of Lambeth has the most bus lane in the capital and the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea has the least, according to data... continue
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Transport for London is to introduce a new process for engaging with boroughs about bus service changes.  The current approach is based on... continue
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The number of people recorded as killed or seriously injured on London’s roads fell 23% during 2013 to its lowest level since records began.... continue
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“It won't come as a huge surprise to anyone that transport spending in London outstrips the investment made in getting from A to B in regions... continue
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Andrew Forster
BMW and car rental firm Sixt is planning to launch a point-to-point car club in London just months after the operator of the UK’s first such... continue
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Secondary stories
The cycling community should collaborate on producing a ‘Cycling Demand Forecasting Handbook’ to help cycle planning and modelling, a... continue
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Transport for London has invited expressions of interest from firms keen to take over sponsorship of the capital’s bike hire scheme from... continue
Categories: Cycling, Greater London
Local Transport Today
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The DfT has awarded the first ever public service obligation (PSO) for an air route to Logan Air for two daily flights (each way) between Stansted... continue
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Letters to the editor
Graham Nalty, Derby DE24
May I thank William Barter for his further comments on 30 May regarding my letter about HS2 of 16 May. If the plans for 400-metre trains on HS2 were... continue
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Letters to the editor
Andrew Fraser, Stirling FK8
I imagine that I am not the only one of your readers who is concerned by the questionable arguments put forward by Brenda Mitchell of Cycle Law... continue
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Andrew Forster
Commuter trains from Milton Keynes and Northampton could be rerouted onto London’s west-east Crossrail line to help facilitate the... continue
Local Transport Today
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An opponent of high-speed rail is trying to force the release of information about how many passengers use each train on the West Coast Main Line.... continue
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Transport for London will raise the central London congestion charge from £10 to £11.50 on 16 June. Auto pay customers, who are billed... continue
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Transport for London has no intention of asking firms in London to remove ‘Cyclists stay back’ stickers from their vehicles. Cycling and... continue
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Letters to the editor
William Barter, Towcester, Northants NN12
Whilst I thank Graham Nalty (Letters LTT 2 May) for his constructive comments, I will still part company from him on his criticisms of an HS2 station... continue
Local Transport Today
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The DfT has launched a consultation on the Great Western rail franchise specification for the five years from when the current direct award with... continue
Local Transport Today
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Bus passenger numbers in London reached 2.4 billion in 2013/14 – the highest recorded since 1959, according to Transport for London. Between... continue
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People/people
John Holland-Kaye has been named the new chief executive of Heathrow Airport, succeeding Colin Matthews. Holland-Kaye is currently Heathrow’s... continue
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