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Local Transport Today
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Physical activity is the “nearest thing to a panacea” in combatting an ”extraordinary range” of health problems, according to... continue
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Hovering in the background of all these questions is perhaps the biggest unanswered question of all: how do we deal with the privacy problem? While... continue
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Transport Focus is working with a University of the West of England-led consortium to develop a new survey to replace the existing National Road User... continue
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The prime Minister, David Cameron, this week signalled continuity for transport policy in England with the re-appointment of most of the DfT’s... continue
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The Scottish Government has announced a further £10m for active travel in 2015/16, taking total active travel expenditure up to £36m, a... continue
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Derbyshire County Council is to conduct a review of public transport provision in the county. The Labour-controlled council had drawn up plans to cut... continue
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Andrew Forster
The Government has failed to make a convincing case for High Speed 2 and should be prepared to rethink the plan, according to the House of Lords... continue
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The European Commission is consulting on a mid-term review of its 2011 White Paper on transport. The White Paper included objectives to halve the use... continue
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The Office of Rail and Road – the new name of the Office of Rail Regulation – is consulting on how it plans to monitor the performance of... continue
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Oxfordshire County Council and Oxford City Council are exploring the feasibility of trialling the UK’s first double-decker wireless electric... continue
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The DfT should build a more sophisticated understanding of business travel behaviour to help inform policies to cut car use, according to a new... continue
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Government grant to encourage public transport and active travel use should offer local authorities a mix of revenue and capital grant in order to... continue
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The Government has set up a cycle proofing working group to advise public bodies across the UK on ensuring that the built environment is safe,... continue
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Letters to the editor
Matthew Ford, Roads campaigner, Campaign to Protect Rural England, London SE1
I recently attended the launch of Highways England and was surprised to hear so much talk of increasing road capacity in order to relieve congestion.... continue
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At Modelling World 2015, Transport Systems Catapult will be exploring the future of Intelligent... continue
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The threat of a judicial review against Transport for London’s flagship east-west cycle superhighway was receding this week, after it emerged... continue
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The City of Edinburgh Council plans to spend over £4m on cycling in 2015/16. The capital budget will be £3.5m, of which £2.1m is... continue
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Rik Thomas
The Government is currently trialing ‘driverless car’ technology in three projects in Bristol, Coventry/Milton Keynes and the London... continue
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