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Progress Report
It was in early 2004 when the Department for Transport instigated a review of Britain’s railways that Transport for London first proposed... continue
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Viewpoint
Dr. Paul Salveson
I’d like to share some experiences I’ve had looking at how buses and trains interact with each other (or don’t, more to the point).... continue
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Cover Story
According to the Olympic Delivery Authority, the 2012 Games in London represent the biggest logistical challenge that the country has faced in peace... continue
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Business
A new service quality management system will be introduced in new franchises and designed to reduce the need for detailed Department for... continue
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Business Lead Story
The new coalition government has claimed that rail franchises will no longer be awarded almost solely on the basis of price. Instead it intends to... continue
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Rail News
Translink, Northern Ireland’s state-owned public transport operator, has continued to deliver top quality bus and rail services and maintain... continue
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Bus News
Aberdeen based FirstGroup played host to HRH The Princess Royal last month as she formally opened the group’s new £20m headquarters and... continue
Categories: Bus, Rail, First, Other, Scotland
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Rail News
Transport for London has published details of an £820m package of rail improvements for Network Rail’s next five-year spending period... continue
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Reflections
The modernisation of how customers pay for their bus and train travel has take a long time to arrive. A very long time. Stephen Morris, external... continue
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Rail News
Passenger Focus’s latest research shows passengers familiar with ticket machines are not always confident when making complex or less-familiar... continue
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Rail News Lead Story
James Dark
A complete revision of the way the rail industry is structured and operates is being considered by the Department for Transport's team investigating... continue
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Cover Story
Robert Jack and James Dark
As we enter a period of austerity, it is clear that investment in public transport is going to dry up. There will be less money for new... continue
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End of the line
Former rail regulator Tom Winsor managed to bemuse the Today programme’s James Naughtie during a recent interview for the Radio 4 favourite.... continue
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People
A number of management changes have taken place at FirstGroup following the appointment of former London Underground managing director Tim... continue
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In brief
Apprenticeships London Underground infraco firm Tube Lines recently played host to some heavyweights of the UK business world interested in learning... continue
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People
Two figures in the public transport industry were recognised in the recent Queen’s birthday honours. Bernard Delaney, director of bus operator... continue
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People
A restructuring programme at Centro, the West Midlands PTE, has seen Stephen Rhodes, the organisation’s bus and highways director take on the... continue
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People Lead Story
Transport for London has announced the appointment of Andie Harpur as the new chief executive of London Underground infrastructure firm Tube Lines.... continue
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Letters
Jonathan Tyler,Passenger Transport Networks, York
In his article on open access Paul Salveson argues that it adds value to today's railway. He presses the right buttons about competition,... continue
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Viewpoint
Peter Stonham
Recent visits to the Continent have once again underlined to me the substantial difference in approach that exists in the way transport is provided,... continue
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