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Local Transport Today
Letters to the editor
Tiffany Lynch, Tonbridge TN9
I was interested in your front page item about Lord Heseltine’s reference to the Docklands Light Railway as a “toy town railway” in... continue
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Letters to the editor
Chris Barker, London N8
Those of us who opposed the deregulation of bus services were concerned about the difficulties local transport authorities would have integrating... continue
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Letters to the editor
Nick Forbes, Leader, Newcastle City Council, Newcastle NE1
It is inaccurate and misleading to claim that Newcastle City Council has given the bus Quality Contract Scheme a “lukewarm reception”... continue
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People/people
Caroline Hodges has been appointed surface liaison manager at Transport for London, reporting to surface transport managing director Leon Daniels.... continue
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People/people
Kieran Preston (pictured), director general of Metro, the West Yorkshire Passenger Transport Executive, is to retire in January, having served in the... continue
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Regular news
Lee Baker
Figures from the Treasury reveal that public spending on transport in England is at a five year low, with a particularly big drop in the North and... continue
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Sub story to regular feature
The revised Voluntary Partnership Agreement (VPA) submitted by operators to Nexus last week includes: smart multi-modal, multi-operator and single... continue
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News extra
Consultation ended last week on plans by Nexus, the Tyne and Wear Passenger Transport Executive, to introduce a bus Quality Contract Scheme (QCS) in... continue
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Regular news
The DfT has given final approval to a £28.2m package of a new road and bus infrastructure between Sheffield and Rotherham. The project dubbed... continue
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Regular news
The London Borough of Wandsworth plans to press ahead with a six-month closure of Putney Bridge despite opposition from London Buses.  Putney... continue
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In brief
Leicestershire and Cambridgeshire county councils are to start using CCTV  to enforce bus lanes. Leicestershire will use Nottingham City... continue
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News
FirstGroup has won the contract to operate the first park-and-ride service in Leeds.  The ten-minute frequency service, from an 800-space car... continue
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News
FirstGroup is struggling to turn around the performance of its bus operations in Glasgow, chief executive Tim O’Toole has... continue
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In brief
The City and County of Swansea Council has given a lukewarm response to a scrutiny committee’s call for a bus Quality Contract Scheme to be... continue
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In brief
Scottish transport minister Keith Brown has opened a £10m park-and-ride facility at Halbeath near Dunfermline. The facility has over 1,000 car... continue
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Regular news
Cambridgeshire County Council has rejected Stagecoach’s offer to run the city’s five park-and-ride sites, saying the change would not be... continue
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Regular news
Tendered bus services, concessionary fares and dial-a-ride public transport in the West Midlands conurbation are all under threat as leaders of the... continue
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Regular news
Milton Keynes Council is preparing for the launch of electric bus operations in January that will see buses recharged using inductive... continue
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Regular news
Worcestershire County Council’s entire tendered bus network faces the axe as the council responds to cuts in Government grant. The council says... continue
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Regular news
Andrew Forster
A Ten percent cut to London’s bus mileage may have to be made if 20% savings are sought from the bus subsidy budget, Transport for London... continue
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