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Local Transport Today
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With public funding tight, Growth without Gridlock suggests a range of new funding streams that Kent believes could help deliver new transport... continue
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Drivers in London who commit the most serious parking and moving traffic contraventions, such as parking on a double yellow/red line, will pay higher... continue
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More than 100,000 drivers have opened auto-pay accounts for the central London congestion charge in the three months since the option was introduced... continue
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The European Commission has outlined plans to reform the way transport is taxed and priced,  moves that could put it on a collision course with... continue
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The Government’s plan to introduce a Eurovignette scheme for lorries may only raise £19m-£27m a year, according to a leading... continue
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A new Lower Thames road crossing could be part of a much bigger toll road scheme to relieve the M25 of thousands of lorries, the crossing’s... continue
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The London Borough of Islington has criticised the Mayor of London’s proposed Community Infrastructure Levy that aims to raise £300m for... continue
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The University of Nottingham is introducing parking charges for staff and students to cover the costs of the city council’s workplace parking... continue
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Road schemes, park-and-ride and new transport interchanges are among the projects likely to be part-funded by Portsmouth City Council’s... continue
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London Boroughs have resolved to continue a heavily-delayed pilot enforcement scheme against motorists who persistently evade payment of penalty... continue
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Motoring group's and freight organisations welcomed the Chancellor’s measures to cut fuel duty, which eased some of the pressure caused by... continue
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Andrew Forster
Cornwall Council is to investigate ways to fund a £60m trunk road improvement that the Highways Agency has no budget to deliver in the... continue
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Rik Thomas
The issue of fuel duty dominated media coverage of this week’s Budget to such an extent that several papers used motoring analogies even to... continue
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Viewpoint
John Siraut, Director - Economics, Colin Buchanan
WITH ALL the furore about road user charging in recent years, it is perhaps surprising that the coalition Government’s intention to implement... continue
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News extra
Rik Thomas
Those in favour of road user charging (RUC) schemes in the UK have suffered several serious setbacks in recent years, with referendums in Edinburgh... continue
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On February 23 the front pages of all of the major national newspapers were more or less evenly split between coverage of the major earthquake in New... continue
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London Mayor Boris Johnson’s plans to impose a Crossrail levy on development across the capital is attracting growing criticism from London... continue
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The DfT has explained the tax position of ‘cycle to work’ schemes in which employers loan cycles and cycle equipment to employees. The... continue
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Halton Council is changing the funding model for the Mersey Gateway bridge, in order to maximise value for money. The £600m (outturn cost)... continue
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