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Sir Peter Hall, who died on 30 July at the age of 82, was the UK’s foremost post-war geographer and planning academic. A prolific writer, he... continue
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Vysionics has received Home Office Type Approval for its SPECS 3 VECTOR average speed cameras, the firm’s first fully integrated camera unit in... continue
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A joint venture of consultants WSP and Parsons Brinckerhoff has won a £60,000 contract to “measure and report on the total contribution... continue
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Editor's note: this is an updated and corrected version of the article that appears in the print edition of Local Transport Today. We mistakenly... continue
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Strong performance in National Express Group’s UK bus, coach and rail divisions for the six months to 30 June 2014 was outweighed by... continue
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Atkins and WSP are among the firms believed to be in the final competition to acquire consultant Parsons Brinckerhoff from Balfour Beatty. The Daily... continue
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Proposals to include transport in the European Emissions Trading System would have a damaging effect on driving down carbon dioxide emissions from... continue
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The Advertising Standards Authority has rejected a complaint concerning the carbon dioxide emissions associated with electric cars. Campaign group... continue
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The Advertising Standards Authority has banned a car advert for promoting “irresponsible driving” in an urban area. Jaguar Land... continue
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Andrew Forster
Towns and cities are being invited to bid to become testbeds for driverless vehicles as ministers seek to position the UK as a world leader in the... continue
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Local authorities should identify a ‘resilient network’ of roads that will be prioritised for keeping open in the event of extreme... continue
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Letters to the editor
Malcolm Bulpitt, Maidstone, Kent ME15
In Paul Withrington’s latest contribution (ibid) he makes an unsubstantiated suggestion that I and others compose our letters, which are... continue
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Claims that local rail services pay a disproportionate share of rail industry costs will be considered in the Office of Rail Regulation’s... continue
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Stephen Plowden, London NW1
Your account of consultant MTRU’s excellent study, Heavy goods vehicles – do they pay for the damage they cause?, may give the impression... continue
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Letters to the editor
Charlie Lloyd, Campaigns officer, London Cycling Campaign, London SE1
It is always difficult to discuss cycle helmet wearing and the effectiveness of laws to make it compulsory. Discussions tend to focus on a very small... continue
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Philip Bisatt, Taunton, Somerset TA1
I refer to your article in which TRL suggests that compulsory wearing of helmets would not discourage cycling (‘Mandatory helmet law... continue
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Chris Barker, Hornsey, London N8
Paul Salveson’s advocacy of community bus partnerships in surely the way forward for creating seamless journeys to or from places not on the... continue
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Peter Mackie, Institute for Transport Studies, University of Leeds, Leeds LS2
I don’t always agree with Phil Goodwin. I don’t really see what’s wrong with comparing two alternative future states of the world,... continue
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Roger Davies, Kendal LA9
Yippee, I agree with Chris Oldham! Well, a bit (Letters LTT 25 Jul). I know there are some folk who buy a number of tickets for one journey, which... continue
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Rachel Aldred, Westminster University
Place and movement hierarchies increasingly form part of accepted thinking about the way we manage streets. For instance, they’re used in UK... continue
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