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Rail News
Britain’s rail franchising programme is slowly getting back on track after the derailment of the three franchises put on hold when the... continue
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Feature
European Commission vice president for transport Siim Kallas has been forced by France and Germany to accept a watered down version of his long... continue
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Aviation News
It’s arguably been the airlines whose collective ticketing systems and protocols have led the way in giving consumers clarity and confidence in... continue
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Rail News Lead Story
Crossrail 2, the plan for a new south-west to north-east line under London, is to be promoted as a regional rail scheme rather than a London-focused... continue
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Light Rail News
Transport for London is to spend £320m buying new carriages and extending depots to lengthen all London Overground trains by one carriage to... continue
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Light Rail News Lead Story
London Underground marked its 150th birthday in January by operating steam trains along the original Metropolitan Line on selected days, but also by... continue
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Bus News
Trains, metros, buses and trams are more than a transport mode. They provide a very significant social environment too. The quality of the experience... continue
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Editorial Comment
Peter Stonham
Significance can be a difficult thing to establish- but it is a task worth addressing in determining priorities, spotting trends and choosing who to... continue
Parking Review
Contracts
A new car park has opened on land currently in receivership to boost capacity near Watford Railway station. A five-year contract was awarded to... continue
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Developments Lead Story
Plans for a new multi-storey at Banbury Railway Station have been approved by Cherwell District Council. The scheme will see a four-storey car park... continue
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Contracts
Mark Moran
Mark Moran CP Plus has been appointed to manage the car parks for High Speed 1’s stations at Ebbsfleet International, Ashford International and... continue
Parking Review
Developments
Details of the next phase of the £32bn High Speed 2 (HS2) rail network have been unveiled by the government. The preferred route of phase two... continue
Parking Review
Construction
Construction is to begin in May on a new railway station for Northampton. The £20m scheme, which will have twice the capacity of the current... continue
Parking Review
Construction
Parking for more than 1,000 vehicles features in plans for Haywards Heath railway station, in West Sussex. Mid Sussex District Council’s... continue
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Operational
A Czech bicycle importer has installed an automated cycle parking tower at a railway station in the city of Hradec Kralove. Velo, which imports... continue
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Park & Ride
A 350-space car park features in a new rail interchange to replace the station at Bromsgrove, Worcestershire. The proposed £10m scheme would... continue
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Park & Ride Lead story
A 222-space multi-storey has opened at Warwick Parkway station bringing the total capacity to nearly 1,000. This is the second multi-storey built for... continue
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Park & Ride
A £26m proposal to move Rochester railway station nearer to the Kent town’s centre and the proposed Riverside development is to be... continue
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Feature
Like dinosaurs, a lot of people in public transport still remain wedded to a vision comprising a number of discrete modes.  The one they are... continue
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People
Network Rail Consulting, the international consultancy arm of Network Rail, has appointed Keith Ludeman (pictured) to its four man board. Ludeman, 62... continue
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