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Local Transport Today
Main editorial comment
Andrew Forster
The audit of regional and sub-regional transport models conducted for the DfT by consultant Denvil Coombe may not make headlines in the national... continue
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Regular news
London Mayor Boris Johnson has released a mass of transport data as part of a programme to open up data access. One of the most popular datasets in... continue
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Lead Story
Major transport spending decisions across England may be being made using analysis from computer models that are not fit for purpose, according to an... continue
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News
The DfT has appointed consultants Aecom, Atkins, Mouchel and Centaur Consulting to provide technical support and data management for the Transport... continue
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News extra
Rik Thomas
After leaving Buckinghamshire County Council in mid-2007, one-time LTT columnist Garrett Emmerson had a brief stint at consultant Steer Davies Gleave... continue
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In brief
The Government should play a bigger role in using IT to reduce car-based travel, according to a new report by the Sustainable Development Commission.... continue
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Viewpoint
Barry Hutton
In the 28 August issue of LTT there was an intriguing trailer for a paper to be given by Alan Wenban-Smith and Tom van Vuren at the European... continue
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Regular news
The DfT has awarded contracts to help expand the urban cycle journey planning facility on the Transport Direct website. Transport Direct’s... continue
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Secondary stories
The DfT this week announced plans to scrap fuel duty rebate (Bus Service Operators Grant) to bus operators and replace it with a per passenger... continue
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In brief
New software has been launched that the promoters say should reduce the time it takes to design roundabouts. TRL and Savoy Computing Services have... continue
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Letters to the editor
John Parkin, Bolton
I was intrigued to read about Enablecom’s system to alert drivers when they are exceeding the speed limit (‘Speed alerts for... continue
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Regular feature
Andrew Forster
The UK’s transport carbon dioxide emissions could be cut by a quarter in the next decade according to a new report from the Government’s... continue
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Regular news
A new system to alert drivers that they’re speeding is to be launched next week by Enablecom, a company that claims to have developed a... continue
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In brief
Thirteen real-time bus stop information displays have gone live in East Lothian as part of the South East Scotland transport partnership’s plan... continue
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In brief
Road users can benefit from more accurate satellite navigation information following the official start of operations of the European... continue
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Regular news
Transport project promoters in England will have to do more work upfront to justify the need for their preferred scheme, according to new draft... continue
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John Dales
John Dales
I begin this month by cutting straight to a review of some comments that have recently appeared in LTT concerning the thorny issue of transport... continue
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Letters to the editor
Jill Beardwood, Bishop’s Stortford, Herts
I was heartened to read the letter from David Simmonds and Neil Raha (Letters LTT 11 Sep) clarifying some of the points made in the previous issue... continue
Local Transport Today
Letters to the editor
Chris Hyde, Head of transport network planning, Transport for London
Your article ‘Problems of transport appraisal intractable say consultants’ (LTT 28 Aug) raises issues known to Transport for London. The... continue
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Letters to the editor
Professor Alan Wenban-Smith, Urban & Regional Policy, Birmingham
Vanessa Kovacevic’s response (Letters LTT?11 Sep) to my letter (28 Aug) goes much too far in my view. I think it is right to point to the... continue
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