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Local Transport Today
Regular news
Milton Keynes Council is going back to the drawing board on plans to increase parking charges after its proposals generated a flood of... continue
Local Transport Today
Regular feature
Rik Thomas
When the Scottish Government announced funding for a series of what it termed “sustainable travel demonstration communities” back in 2008... continue
Local Transport Today
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Local authorities in South Wales are drawing up plans to take over civil parking enforcement after the police notified them of plans to withdraw from... continue
Local Transport Today
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Oxfordshire County Council is looking at ways to encourage one of its park-and-ride sites to be used by people travelling into Oxford rather than... continue
Local Transport Today
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The London Borough of Richmond this week claimed its emissions-based parking policies are helping to change car purchase decisions in the borough,... continue
Local Transport Today
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Parking standards for non-residential developments in England will be scrapped under new planning policy just published. Planning Policy Statement 4... continue
Local Transport Today
Viewpoint
David Scoggins
As we tentatively usher in the new year there is no doubting that we are living in hard times. There is growing evidence that recovery from this... continue
Local Transport Today
Regular news
Health secretary Andy Burnham has launched a consultation on  reducing hospital car parking charges for hospital patients and their visitors in... continue
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Monitor
Patrick McDonnell
Evocative snapshots of a bygone age of motoring in Britain are presented in a book that reproduces editions of the Highway Code from the 1930s... continue
Local Transport Today
In brief
North East Lincolnshire Council is applying to the DfT for civil parking enforcement powers. The council, which covers an area including Grimsby and... continue
Local Transport Today
News
Go Ahead Group has agreed to sell its loss making aviation ground handling and cargo business. Dnata will acquire the Heathrow operations for... continue
Local Transport Today
News
Mouchel is among the final three contractors bidding for Westminster Council’s lucrative parking enforcement contract. The company is... continue
Local Transport Today
Letters to the editor
Terence Bendixson, Deputy secretary, Independent Transport Commission, University of Southampton
John Wootton makes a good case for inter-urban roads financed by road charges. He then invites debate. One point that needs to be included in that... continue
Local Transport Today
In brief
UK local authorities made £328m from parking fines in 2008/09 according to a study by the Taxpayers’ Alliance and Drivers’... continue
Local Transport Today
In brief
Councils in England should consider providing lorry parking at park-and-ride sites, according to the DfT’s new lorry parking strategy. The... continue
Local Transport Today
Schemes completed
Taunton’s ‘Gateway’ park-and-ride site, located on the A358 close to the M5 junction 25, partially opened this week. Once fully... continue
Local Transport Today
Schemes completed
Enderby park-and-ride opened this week. The site includes 1,000 spaces for cars with additional parking for bicycles and motorcycles and CCTV. A... continue
Local Transport Today
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Westminster City Council is piloting ‘wave and pay’ credit and debit cards transactions at 20 pay and display parking machines in the... continue
Local Transport Today
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Kent County Council has called for new parkway stations to be built on the Channel Tunnel Rail Link. The council wants stations built at Maidstone,... continue
Local Transport Today
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Parking Review Magazine
Concepts such as ‘carbon metering’, car clubs and car sharing, as well as park & ride schemes and solar-powered parking m... continue
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