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Local Transport Today
Media monitor
Satellite Navigation systems could be in danger of breaking down within the next year, according to the US government. Officials ha... continue
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Introduction
Rik Thomas, Editor
One theme of the LTT-sponsored Modelling Forum to be held in London on 10 June is the challenges to modelling presented by Deliver... continue
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John Dales
John Dales
This month, as quite often, there were a couple of ideas vying with one another to see the light of print in this column. Given that they relate to... continue
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In brief
Kent County Council looks set to become the next local authority to purchase the iTRACE travel planning software in order to improve the tracking and... continue
Local Transport Today
Regular news
Essex County Council has commissioned consulting and business services group Mouchel to develop a land-use transport interaction model (LUTI) for its... continue
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Regular news
Accompanying this issue of LTT is our fourth annual modellin... continue
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Articles
According to Paul Smith, a principal at transport consultancy Scott Wilson, modelling in a world of economic hardship is presenting unique challenges... continue
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Interview
According to Anan Allos, a director at consultant Atkins, the way that modelling data is collected could soon change dramatically as the collection... continue
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Sub story to feature
Sometimes as modellers we become a bit blinkered about what is really important to include, or include in detail, in our models. For example, many... continue
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In the last two years, policy makers have embraced the argument that improving the reliability of public transport is just as critical as reducing... continue
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Despite the growing interest that cycling (and, to a lesser extent, walking) is receiving from politicians and transport planners, little has so far... continue
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According to consultant Arup, the ability to model the carbon dioxide emissions of transport has become much more sophisticated in recent years but... continue
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Feature
Rik Thomas, Editor
The modelling of the potential climate change impacts of transport decisions is becoming an ever-more important topic, says Chris Ferrary, an... continue
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Nieuwegein is a small city of 61,000 people located close to Utrecht in The Netherlands. It was created in 1971 for the expanding population of... continue
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Lead Story
According to transport modelling consultant Peter Davidson a sea change is currently underway concerning our ability to effectively model parking.... continue
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Articles
TRL Software has announced the launch of the Japanese version of OSCADY Pro, which will be available to Japanese customers from local distributor... continue
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Articles
The key recommendation of a new report into multimodal travel time variability commissioned by the DfT is that: “There is a need for a major... continue
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Articles
Consultant Colin Buchanan has modelled cyclists and powered two-wheelers for the first time in London as part of an operational VISSIM model built to... continue
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Articles
Matthew Juckes has been appointed to lead Braidwood Associates’ new office in New Jersey in the USA. Juckes joins the microsimulation traffic... continue
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Viewpoint
Gabriel Roth, Economist
The Cambridgeshire Transport Commission currently examining proposals for congestion pricing in Cambridgeshire has a great opportunity to recommend... continue
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