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New Transit
Feature
Will the next generation of London’s tube trains have driver’s cabs or not? There seems to be some back peddling within Transport for... continue
New Transit
Feature
Progress in extending the pioneering and highly popular Oyster smart-card for multi-modal travel outside London is proving slow to deliver for the... continue
New Transit
Editorial Comment
Peter Stonham
New Transit makes a point of talking as much about service delivery and marketing issues, and the systems and technologies that can enhance them, as... continue
Parking Review
Feature
New software designed to efficiently manage all aspects of debt recovery and enforcement has been launched by bailiff enforcement and debt recovery... continue
Parking Review
Business News
Town & City Parking has been rebranded as Smart Parking to reflect the increasing importance of technology as part of its approach to parking... continue
Parking Review
Business News
APCOA Services Group has launched a new pre-booking website for visitors to Portsmouth International Port. The online service, which is accessible... continue
Parking Review
Safer Parking
Police are targeting lorry hijackers in the Midlands, a region it considers a hotspot for such crime. HGV crime has seen goods worth more than... continue
Parking Review
Articles
Wolverhampton City Council has introduced a CCTV car outside schools to promote road safety. The vehicle makes morning and afternoon patrols outside... continue
Parking Review
Articles
Some bus lanes in Sheffield could be available for use by motorists if they carry at least one passenger in a trial of the proposal to be launched... continue
Parking Review
Articles
Patrick McDonnel
During the 2012 Olympics and Paralympics 6,900 penalty charge notices (PCNs) were issued for traffic and parking contraventions relating to the... continue
Parking Review
Articles
Patrick McDonnell
Average speed cameras are being installed on a Sheffield road, where six people have died in accidents and 118 have been involved in accidents over... continue
Parking Review
Articles
An enhanced system for identifying and tracking down vehicles involved in crime has been launched by the Metropolitan Police Service. All the... continue
Parking Review
Articles
Camden Council is to consider introducing a blanket 20mph speed limit on all roads under its control to help reduce the number of accidents and to... continue
Parking Review
Articles
All roads under the control of Islington Council in north London will become 20mph zones after the authority agreed the move after a year of... continue
Parking Review
Articles
Birmingham City Council has discussed a proposal to reduce the speed limit to 20mph on residential roads in the city. Liberal Democrat councillors... continue
Parking Review
Articles
Bus speed limits of 20mph have been introduced in Manchester city centre under a new voluntary code of conduct for operators. All bus companies... continue
Parking Review
Articles
The Scottish Government is examining installing average speed cameras along a 138-mile stretch of the A9 trunk road from Dunblane to Inverness... continue
Parking Review
Articles
Southwark Council has erected street cycle safety mirrors at dangerous road junctions across the central London borough, to cut the number of... continue
Parking Review
Feature
Patrick McDonnell
It is now nearly a year since Southend-on-Sea’s introduction of average speed cameras to enforce a 20mph speed limit along its seafront. The... continue
Parking Review
Articles
Police visited key locations across Leicester during November offering advice to cyclists and giving away D-type cycle locks. Officers who visited... continue
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