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Parking Review
Technology Lead Story
Patrick McDonnel
Blackpool’s famous Pleasure Beach now has charging points for electric vehicles (EVs). The E-Volt charging points were installed by APT... continue
Parking Review
ANPR Lead Story
PIPS Technology, a manufacturer of automatic number plate recognition (ANPR) systems, has launched a Home Office type-approved average speed... continue
Parking Review
CCTV Lead Story
Linking CCTV surveillance cameras over the internet is an alternative to investing in bespoke transmission networks. Network Connections supplies a... continue
Categories: crime, technology, All of UK
Parking Review
Processing Lead Story
The parking services team at Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council has been streamlining the administration of its enforcement operation and... continue
Parking Review
Technology
An electronic signing system that directs drivers to empty parking bays has been installed at the Grand Marche multi-storey car park in St Helier on... continue
Parking Review
Construction Lead Story
At 800 metres, ‘The Wall’ is the longest building in the Netherlands. It forms an acoustic barrier between the A2 Motorway near Utrecht... continue
Parking Review
Business News Lead Story
Chesterfield Royal Hospital is losing about £40,000 a month after a fire destroyed the wiring controlling its car park barriers. Parts of the... continue
Parking Review
Enforcement News Lead Story
Patrick McDonnell
Hartlepool Borough Council is clamping down on dangerous and inconsiderate parking, particularly outside its 38 schools. The County Durham authority... continue
Parking Review
Operational Lead Story
The London Borough of Richmond upon Thames reports that a trial of a resident card scheme has been very positive. Figures show that the RichmondCards... continue
Parking Review
Operational
Andrew Forster
Westminster City Council is seeking a private sector partner to fund the cost of electric vehicle charging in its area. The authority currently has... continue
Parking Review
Feature
The London Borough of Barnet has switched to unattended bus lane enforcement on a four-mile stretch of the A5 after successful trials. The Zenco... continue
Parking Review
Articles
Leicester City Council is extending its smartphone app allowing the reporting of environmental issues such as highway faults including broken street... continue
Parking Review
Articles
Volunteers using speed guns have caught almost 5,000 drivers breaking the speed limit in Wiltshire over the last year. The Community Speed Watch... continue
Parking Review
Articles
Patrick McDonnell
Average speed enforcement is set to start on a six-mile stretch of the A13 this autumn. A total of 84 cameras have been installed at 37 different... continue
New Transit
Technology News
Go Ahead-owned Southern Railway has announced that it will begin ITSO smartcard trials next month on its Brighton-Seaford line. One hundred... continue
New Transit
Technology News
Peter Stonham
Stagecoach chief executive Brian Souter has agreed to make the opening address at this year’s major Travel 2020 exhibition and confe... continue
New Transit
Rail News
Paul Priestman
Sometimes, it’s not the individual elements in the transport system that require a new way of thinking, but the links between them. Over the... continue
New Transit
Bus News
For the past decade the Dutch company APTS,  a division of Netherlands-based bus manufacturer VDL Group, has been developing its Phileas bus... continue
New Transit
Viewpoint
Peter Stoner
The last issue of this magazine considered the role of walking as a crucial part of the Mobility Mix. It was pointed out that virtually every public... continue
Categories: Technology, Other, All of UK
New Transit
Light Rail News
Paris Transport Authoity RATP and train builder Alstom earlier this year created a joint venture Metrolab with the aim of developing the... continue
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