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Articles
The use of average speed cameras in London is to be stepped up as part of a multi-million pound upgrade to the capital’s camera network. New... continue
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Articles
The use of Games Lanes during the 2012 Olympics has been hailed as a success by Transport for London (TfL). The 109-mile Olympic Route Network (ORN)... continue
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Enforcement News
Transport for London (TFL) has has obtained a High Court injuction preventing minicab firm Addison Lee from instructing its drivers to use bus lanes... continue
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Articles
London’s Cycle Task Force (CTF) has made 200 arrests and security marked more than 12,000 bicycles during its first year of operation. The... continue
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Articles
New tougher low emission zone (LEZ) standards for London come into force in January 2012. Transport for London (TfL) said that about 150,000 vehicles... continue
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Articles
A yellow box junction in north London has brought in more than £1m in fine revenues in the last year. The junction in Highgate has seen... continue
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Cover Story
Patrick Mcdonnell
Cycling is back in fashion, it would seem. After many years of decline the bicycle seems to be undergoing a renaissance as a mode of transport. A... continue
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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
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Enforcement News Lead Story
President Barak Obama’s armoured limousine, knicknamed ‘The Beast’, drew a lot of attention during his recent state visit to... continue
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Traffic Management
A new LED sign and mounting system for urban areas was launched at Parkex 2010 by Variable Message Signs (VMS). The Pegasus Urban MS4 Sign draws on... continue
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Profiles
Deniz Huseyin
A new generation of average speed cameras have received Home Office type approval to enforce 20mph limits on residential streets. The SPECS3 system,... continue
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Developments
London mayor Boris Johnson has called on the developer of the former Battersea Power Station site in South London to cut the amount of car parking .... continue
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Parking Policy
Car park operator NCP has become a partner in the Transport for London (TfL) ‘Plugged in Places’ consortium, which has been awarded... continue
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Debates
Parking enforcement is a highly emotive issue. Hardly a day goes by without a story in a newspaper somewhere detailing how an unfortunate motorist... continue
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Parkex
Camden Council has provided CCTV enforcement training to enforcement teams in a number of London local authorities since 2005. Over 300 delegates... continue
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People News
Jeroen Weimar is to join consultant Serco as managing director of the company’s UK transport business. He is currently Transport for... continue
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Awards
Terry Wogan, Tom Baker and Ozzy Osbourne will all be presenting the British Parking Awards 2010, yet only one person will be in the spotlight.... continue
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Transport
The new London mass cycle scheme is to offer bike hire prices lower than that of bus and tube fares. The first 30 minutes will be free while up to an... continue
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Editorial
The parking sector has long had an uncomfortable relationship with the media, which is seemingly addicted to always reporting that it is run by a... continue
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Debates
It was good to see that my letter in the October edition of Parking Review prompted Mike Macey to give his views on my concerns regarding... continue
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