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Local Transport Today
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The UK is currently just about on target to achieve its commitment under the 1997 Kyoto Protocol agreement to reduce its emissions of a basket of six... continue
Local Transport Today
Regular news
Plans to build the £9.7bn East-West Crossrail scheme across London suffered a setback this week with the news that passenger and freight... continue
Local Transport Today
In brief
The Scottish Executive has appointed Network Rail as the project promoter for re-opening the Airdrie to Bathgate railway line which will improve... continue
Local Transport Today
Regular news
Reforms to road safety, school transport and aviation legislation, and powers to build Crossrail and give the Welsh Assembly Government more... continue
Local Transport Today
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The re-publication of the Government's Road Safety Bill, a piece of legislation that failed to make it into law before the last General Election,... continue
Local Transport Today
Garrett Emmerson
As <b>Rik Thomas</b>' feature on climate change showed (LTT 12 May), whilst still on target to meet its Kyoto commitment of a 12.5%... continue
Local Transport Today
Monitor
Welsh secretary Peter Hain said a key element of the Bill was the provision to facilitate greater joint working by local authorities to produce... continue
Local Transport Today
Monitor
The Welsh Transport Bill would include a new statutory duty on the Assembly to develop and implement policies for the promotion of safe, integrated,... continue
Local Transport Today
Monitor
The Government denied opposition claims that the Welsh Transport Bill will strip local authorities of some of their powers and hand them to the Welsh... continue
Local Transport Today
Regular news
The setting up of a national network of dedicated yellow school buses available for all schoolchildren to use should be included in the forthcoming... continue
Local Transport Today
Regular news
London mayor Ken Livingstone this week told the London Assembly that he opposed plans for a third runway at Heathrow Airport. The mayor told Assembly... continue
Local Transport Today
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Campaign group Friends of the Earth is seeking clarification on whether or not hearings into the East of England regional spatial strategy, due in... continue
Local Transport Today
In brief
Plans to decriminalise parking infringements in Northern Ireland have been laid before Parliament. The proposals would transfer responsibility for... continue
Local Transport Today
Monitor
The Government refused to rule out a graduated system of penalty points for motoring offences such as speeding that would reduce the existing penalty... continue
Local Transport Today
Monitor
The Government denied during the committee stage of the Welsh Transport Bill's passage through the House of Commons that English local authorities... continue
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Monitor
2 Walking Bibliography, a list of relevant publications on walking issues, is published. 8 Walking and Cycling Action Plan progress report, the third... continue
Local Transport Today
Regular news
Outgoing Scottish transport minister Nicol Stephen has made a series of changes to the Executive's plans for statutory regional transport... continue
Local Transport Today
Letters to the editor
Paul Hanningfield, Shadow transport minister, House of Lords SW1
As you correctly reported I did indeed move an amendment during the Committee Stage of the Road Safety Bill to raise the speed limit on motorways to... continue
Local Transport Today
Monitor
The London Olympics Bill, published by the Government on 14 July, gives the Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA - a 'body corporate' whose members will... continue
Local Transport Today
Monitor
Although Alistair Darling stated several times during the second reading debate that Crossrail is scheduled to be built between 2007 and 2013,... continue
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