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Regular news
The DfT should rethink its plans to devolve Bus Service Operators Grant to local transport authorities in England, according to a specialist bus... continue
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Media monitor
Rik Thomas
The possibility of a two-tier system of vehicle excise duty, under which motorists who use the motorway network and other main trunk roads would pay... continue
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Letters to the editor
Paul Withrington, Director, Transport-watch, Northampton NN2
The dent put in ministers’ electric vehicle (EV) ambitions is to be welcomed (‘Car manufacturer puts dent in ministers’ electric... continue
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Feature
Martina Jurvana
Today, I stared at the lift for about five seconds. Then I decided to walk up the stairs. “Healthier and saving a bit of energy,” I... continue
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Local Transport Today
Introduction
Welcome to the first edition of ‘Re-booting Smarter Travel’ which is the beginning of a series of publications and events which aim to... continue
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Letters to the editor
Brian Dalton, Purley, Surrey CR8
I think transport minister Norman Baker is being badly advised on the future of electric vehicles (Letters LTT 12 Oct). The Toyota company has... continue
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In brief
Heathrow has launched a new trial of electric vehicles to test the viability of electric-powered vehicles in “the highly demanding context of... continue
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In brief
The minister for local transport, Norman Baker, visited Bath this week to see how £30m of investment was being made in the city’s... continue
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In brief
Rapid charging points for electric vehicles have been installed at three Welcome Break motorway service areas: South Mimms (M25/A1), Oxford (M40) and... continue
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Regular news
Solar panel noise barriers could be erected along a 20-mile stretch of the M40 in Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire if a plan backed by the... continue
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Main editorial comment
The question of what went wrong and who should take the blame for the rail franchising fiasco has been on the minds of a lot of people in the past... continue
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Letters to the editor
Norman Baker MP, Transport Minister, Great Minster House, London SW1P
You are simply wrong in ringing the death knell for electric vehicles (Editorial, 28 Sep). Far from being dead in the water, the market is in fact... continue
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In brief
The Government is being urged to ring-fence a slice of fuel duty revenues to fund better public transport and walking and cycling schemes.... continue
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Lead Story
The Government’s hopes of an electric car revolution were dealt a blow this week as Toyota announced it was scrapping plans for a mass market... continue
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Main editorial comment
Who killed the electric car? Until recently, the stock response to this oft-asked question has been to point the finger at the automotive industry,... continue
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