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Local Transport Today
Regular news
Rik Thomas
What could be the first ‘velorail’ pedal-powered vehicle to be used on the UK rail network has been delivered to Antur Stiniog, a... continue
Categories: Cycling, Railways, Wales
Local Transport Today
In brief
Carmarthenshire County Council is planning to implement a Statutory Quality Partnership scheme for the new Carmarthen-Aberystwyth TrawsCymru service... continue
Local Transport Today
Regular news
Port operators are encouraged to deliver expansion schemes by the DfT’s new National Policy Statement on ports. “The Government believes... continue
Parking Review
Lead Story
Bristow & Sutor Established in 1977, Bristow & Sutor is one of the largest independent civil enforcement agencies. Operating from a central... continue
Parking Review
Articles
Huw Lloyd-Lewis
The pressure on businesses to be more efficient and cost-effective is the same no matter what industry you work in. For the modern bailiff industry... continue
Parking Review
Articles
Task Enforcement, NSL’s debt recovery division, is equipping its civil enforcement agents with the latest iPads and mobile apps in a bid to... continue
Parking Review
Articles
Alan Wood
For some time now I have been campaigning for greater transparency in the civil enforcement sector. I was firmly in favour of report monitoring,... continue
Parking Review
Interview
JBW Group provides nationwide civil and High Court enforcement services for local authorities, government agencies, solicitors and private... continue
Parking Review
Articles
Layla Stephen
Having excellent customer care in the bailiff and parking industries may seem the last thing you would expect. However, I believe it is both... continue
Parking Review
Articles
Paul Sharpe
For most civil enforcement agents life on the road will inevitably entail being on the receiving end of a few choice expletives. Some stoically... continue
Parking Review
Articles
Most members of the public are probably of the opinion that those in the bailiff industry possess little empathy. But humanity is something that Andy... continue
Parking Review
Articles
Sue Whyte
Over the years local authorities have seen procurement as a fair but firm way of ensuring they get the best possible value for money contract. But... continue
Parking Review
Introduction
Deniz Huseyin
The long-awaited consultation paper on bailiff law reform and regulation from the Ministry of Justice (MOJ) looks set for further delays. It appears... continue
New Transit
Products & Services
Traveline Cymru has launched a bilingual iPhone app, developed by Trapeze Group. The free app allows passengers to plan their journey, find nearby... continue
Categories: Technology, Other, Wales
Local Transport Today
In brief
The Government has established a commission to examine whether more fiscal and constitutional powers should be transferred to the Welsh Government.... continue
Local Transport Today
Regular news
TAITH, the North Wales transport consortium, has sent transport minister Carl Sergeant details of how the area’s six local authorities plan to... continue
Local Transport Today
Media monitor
Rik Thomas
On September 24 The Daily Mail scooped its Fleet Street rivals by being the first paper to announced that: “Motorway speed limits will rise to... continue
Local Transport Today
In brief
The feasibility of deploying tram-train vehicles on local rail services in and around Cardiff could be the subject of a new study. The South East... continue
Local Transport Today
Regular news
Philip Hammond predicted that only 5% of people would oppose raising the limit to 80mph – but judging by the reaction to his plan, many of... continue
Local Transport Today
Regular news
Andrew Forster
The Government is to consult on raising the speed limit to 80mph on motorways across England and Wales. Transport secretary Philip Hammond told the... continue
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