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Parking Review
Construction
Expansion joints allow movement in a car park structure while bridging gaps in the deck to prevent water leakage. Makers Construction have, for some... continue
Parking Review
Construction
Waterproof movement joint specialist Radflex has added a new joint to its portfolio. The HD50 is designed for areas where extra-heavy vehicular... continue
Parking Review
Editorial
Mark Moran
High quality facilities, a service ethos and well judged pricing structures are the hallmarks of quality off-street parking. These were among the... continue
Parking Review
Operational
Patrick McDonnell
Up to 10,000 motorists in Richmond-upon-Thames will get 30 minutes free parking when the council begins trialling its new RichmondCards from early... continue
Parking Review
Safer Parking Lead Story
Over the past seven years car thefts have fallen by more than two-thirds, according to figures from the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders... continue
Categories: crime, technology, All of UK
Parking Review
People News Lead Story
Kevin Hagan, former assistant director of parking at the London Borough of Ealing, has joined Spur Information Services as director of on-street... continue
Parking Review
Business News
Nagels Group has been named an approved manufacturer and supplier of ticket stock for the Metric Parking Aura pay & display system. The... continue
Parking Review
Operational
Electric vehicle (EV) charge points have been introduced on Irish Ferries’ Dublin to Holyhead and Rosslare-Cherbourg/Roscoff services. This... continue
Parking Review
Operational
Gatwick Airport is working with car-maker Nissan to encourage the use of low emission cars across the airport. The tie-up coincides with the launch... continue
Parking Review
Operational Lead Story
BAA Heathrow has completed the installation of electric charge points at its car parks as part of its collaboration with Transport for London (TfL)... continue
New Transit
Technology News
More than 200 app developers will be given full access to National Rail Enquiries (NRE) live departures information services as part of Microsoft's... continue
Categories: Technology, All of UK
New Transit
Technology News
Peter Stonham
As this issue of New Transit demonstrates, the pace of change affecting passenger transport provision shows no sign of slackening. Our focus on the... continue
New Transit
Cover Story Detail
Ralph Adam
Smart cards have been very popular with retailers, service-providers and users: the range of applications is constantly increasing and expanding for... continue
New Transit
Cover Story
Ralph Adam
Most of us adore gadgets – and the one we love most is our mobile. I say ‘mobile’ in the singular, but according to the latest... continue
New Transit
Editorial Comment
Peter Stonham
Mobile phones have changed our lives - not least how we communicate whilst travelling. Now they are set to change the whole of the passenger... continue
New Transit
Aviation News
First TransPennine Express (FTPE) has launched a GPS-enabled mobile website accessed through smart technology mobile devices. The system has been... continue
New Transit
Rail News
National Express East Anglia’s fleet of Bombardier 379 fleet trains on its London Stansted Express service now offers onboard broadband... continue
New Transit
Rail News
The European Commission has set out the technical foundations to allow a new generation of European rail journey planners and ticketing systems to be... continue
New Transit
Business
Like the bus industry, the rail industry has traditionally been associated with ‘command and control’ management. Arguably the most... continue
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