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Letters to the editor
James Barber, Liberal Democrat councillor for East Dulwich, London Borough of Southwark, London SE1
I was chuffed to read that TfL plans to procure an automated predictive signalling system to optimise automated predictive signalling... continue
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In brief
Gwynedd Council is in talks with Network Rail about the future of pedestrian and cycle access on the footbridge on Bar... continue
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Lead Story
Andrew Forster
Transport for London is to procure an automated predictive signalling system that adjusts traffic signal timings in response to short-term forecasts... continue
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In brief
Green groups want the Scottish Government to ringfence Vehicle Excise Duty (VED) for environmental transport and road maintenance. Responding to the... continue
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In brief
TfL is to pilot improvements to pedestrian safety in two south London town centres. Between £2m and £5m will be spent in Tooting... continue
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Secondary stories
Andrew Forster
The London Borough of Camden is installing ‘stepped track’ cycle lanes, where the lane is set at a different height from the adjacent... continue
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People/people
Rachel Bromley has left Sustrans, where she was policy communication co-ordinator.... continue
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In brief
Transport for Greater Manchester has implemented the first pedestrian countdown timers in the conurbation on junctions in the city centre and along... continue
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Letters to the editor
David Andrews, Worksop S81
Idris Francis avoids the point that The Guardian reporter was making, albeit she should have used the word “transfers” instead of... continue
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Viewpoint
Rory McMullan, Founding member of the Active Travel Network, Landor LINKS
Firstly, a big thank-you to all of you who attended the Active Travel Network launch dinner. There are some photos from the event available continue
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In brief
The City of London Corporation is to commission a pedestrian model of the City. It has allocated £150,000 of its Transport for London grant for... continue
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Regular news
London mayor Boris Johnson has authorised the Greater London Authority (GLA) to agree terms and conditions of guarantees that could clear the way for... continue
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In brief
The number of road accident casualties recorded by the police in Scotland fell 2% in 2014 to 11,240 but fatalities rose by 28, from 172 to 200,... continue
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Detail
Siemens has launched a pedestrian detector that can be used to alter pedestrian phases at crossings. The Heimdall kerbside volumetric pedestrian... continue
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People/people
Malcolm Shepherd, chief executive of Sustrans, was awarded a CBE for services to transport and the environment in the Queen’s birthday honours.... continue
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Regular news
Lee Baker
Labour candidate Sadiq Khan and Lib Dem favourite Caroline Pidgeon in the contest for London Mayor have backed Oxford Street pedestrianisation after... continue
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Regular news
The DfT has reported "significant increases in walking in England" as measured by the amount of people regularly walking at least ten minutes at... continue
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Regular news
What should an ‘age friendly city’ look like? This is the key question of a project being run by computing research group Open Lab in... continue
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Regular news
The number of people reported killed or injured on London’s roads increased by more than 13% last year, though fatalities and serious injuries... continue
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Media monitor
On 3 June freelance journalist Haley Birch, writing in The Guardian, debated the interesting question: “Do 20mph speed limits actually... continue
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