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Local Transport Today
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The Government is being urged to establish a working group to rewrite England’s statutory parking guidance and revise the rules on the use of... continue
Local Transport Today
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Park-and-ride users in Norwich are the first bus passengers to be able to use a new smartcard developed by Norfolk County Council. The card will be... continue
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Regular news
A number of Scottish councils are struggling to make a business case for decriminalised parking enforcement powers following Police Scotland’s... continue
Local Transport Today
Main editorial comment
A bit of advice for workplace travel planners: tread carefully with Amazon. Brad Stone’s book, The Everything Store, chronicles the short life... continue
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Local authorities in South East Scotland will meet at the end of this month to discuss the way forward for parking enforcement following Police... continue
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Birmingham City Council plans to study the pros and cons of introducing a Workplace Parking Levy in the city. Nottingham City Council is the only... continue
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A planning application is to be submitted for a 1,000-space bus-based park-and-ride facility in the Aire Valley Leeds Enterprise Zone in the... continue
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Andrew Forster
Middlesbrough Council is to continue a free parking policy in council-owned town centre car parks after retailers attributed higher sales to the... continue
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The DfT’s proposal to give motorists a 25% discount on their parking Penalty Charge Notice if they pay the charge promptly after losing an... continue
Local Transport Today
Lead Story
The Government’s plan to ban local authorities in England from using CCTV cameras to enforce on-street parking contraventions can’t be... continue
Local Transport Today
In brief
An extended pedestrianised area, a new bus interchange and a review of park-and-ride services are among proposals in a new transport strategy for... continue
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Councils are being sought to participate in trials of ‘virtual parking spaces’ that could enable goods operators to load and unload... continue
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In brief
Demand for car parking in new housing developments cannot be determined by the site’s public transport accessibility alone, according to a... continue
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Revenues from penalty charge notices (PCN) for parking and moving traffic offences should flow to the Treasury, rather than being kept by local... continue
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Northumberland County Council is to scrap parking charges in most council-owned car parks from April. Free parking was an election pledge of the... continue
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Aberdeenshire Council is to scrap parking charges at four car parks within its country parks. Motorists will be instead be asked to make donations... continue
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John Dales
John Dales
Although the early weeks of the new year are supposed to be a rather depressing period, I write this piece as someone with a smile on his face. If... continue
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News
Cardiff Council has awarded a two-year contract for the Cardiff East park-and-ride service to municipally-owned Cardiff Bus in a deal that will save... continue
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Regular news
Councils in England made a surplus of about £594m on their parking accounts in 2012/13, according to analysis published by the RAC... continue
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Detail
The DfT has awarded Landmark Information Group a contract for just over £86,000 to supply car park data for use in the Transport Direct portal.... continue
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