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Parking Review
Crime
A motorist has lost his appeal against 11 penalty charge notices after it emerged that the Polish disabled badge he was using was fake. Sandwell... continue
Local Transport Today
Sub story to feature
Lenny Winsel
Traditionally urban space design has always favoured vehicle movement over pedestrian movement and the need for high quality transportation... continue
Local Transport Today
Feature
Erik de Romph
Companies such as TomTom possess enormous databases with vehicle-movements based on GPS data to predict traffic jams in real time and, with the... continue
Local Transport Today
Sub story to feature
Paul O’Neill
Over the past 12 months, I have visited over 100 offices around the UK, Indo-Asia and the Middle East presenting to clients, local authorities and... continue
Local Transport Today
People/people
Fiona McLean has been appointed senior European project officer at the London European Partnership for Transport. She is also a director of travel... continue
Local Transport Today
Articles
Lorenzo Meschini, and Thomas Otterstätter and Johannes Schlaich from PTV Group
Traffic managers know from experience what traffic is going to be like during a specific time and day of the week and can therefore handle incidents... continue
Local Transport Today
Letters to the editor
Jack Semple, Director of policy, Road Haulage Association Ltd, Weybridge, Surrey KT13
Can I clarify for your readers the issue of 25.25 metre trucks, on which pressure group Freight on Rail commented in a recent issue (‘EU... continue
Local Transport Today
In brief
A European research project says it should be possible to recycle 99% of asphalt rather than the 10% achieved in road construction in some European... continue
Local Transport Today
Letters to the editor
Roger Sexton, Nottingham NG1
In his otherwise excellent ‘Golcar Circular’ in LTT 3 May, Paul Salveson, like so many other politicians, misses one central point. For... continue
Local Transport Today
Media monitor
The notion that the UK Government is going backwards in its commitment to cut carbon dioxide emissions made the front page of The Independent on 11... continue
Local Transport Today
Letters to the editor
Stephen Plowden, London NW1
James Rowntree, the managing director of consultant CH2M HILL, told Andrew Forster that his firm’s involvement in developing Norman... continue
Categories: Railways, All of UK, Europe
Local Transport Today
Letters to the editor
Leon Mannings, Transport policy advisor, Motorcycle Action Group (UK), London SW16
As a former news and features writer for LTT, and now as a member of the mayor of London’s Roads Task Force and Transport for London’s... continue
Local Transport Today
Phil Goodwin
Phil Goodwin
The recent All Party Parliamentary Cycling Inquiry – well reviewed in the last issue of LTT – had results that will continue long past... continue
Local Transport Today
Lead Story
By Lee Baker
National Express is bidding for regional rail opportunities in Germany worth €900 million a year after the group’s profits shrunk due to... continue
New Transit
People
Lutz Bertling will take over as President and Chief Operating Officer of Berlin-based Bombardier Transportation in June. Prior to joining... continue
New Transit
People
New Chairman and Chief Executive of Veolia Transdev Jean-Marc Janaillac has made a series of changes following the project for Caisse des... continue
New Transit
People
Sir Peter Hendy , Commissioner of Transport for London is set to become the new president of UITP, The International Association of Public... continue
New Transit
Feature
T ravellers were once tempted by the simple pleasures of their journey: a time to reflect, relax and simply stare out the window. Or they just... continue
New Transit
Feature
From popular media and political comment, it sometimes seems that fare levels are a really critical issue for public transport, but in fact the role... continue
New Transit
Technology News
Danish wireless technology company BLIP Systems is installing its first rail passenger tracking scheme at Groningen station, in the north of the... continue
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