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Bus News
First edinburgh has taken steps to rectify problems with their bus services between Edinburgh and West Lothian. The bus service, which moves ... continue
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Letters to the Editor
Rather than the thumbs up, I would suggest that the results are a clear illustration of the challenges we all face in the industry to bridge the gap... continue
Parking Review
Mike Macey on...
Mike Macey
Anyone managing services within the public sector soon gets used to working in an arena which is continually subject to audits and inspection. What... continue
Parking Review
Partnership Working
Geoff Dudley
As the number of local authorities taking on responsibility for decriminalised parking enforcement (soon to become known as “civil parking... continue
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Business Monitor
By Chris Cheek
CITY of Oxford Motor Services (COMS), the Go Ahead Group-owned bus and coach operator, recorded much improved operating profit in the year to July 1... continue
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Rail News
The number of First Capital Connect trains arriving on time has reached its highest level since the new franchise started in April 2006.During the... continue
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Rail News
Govia-owned train operator Southern has launched a poster campaign to celebrate its achievements over the past six years of its franchise, and to... continue
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Regular News
Network rail could be set customer satisfaction targets by the Office of Rail Regulation if it does not introduce them voluntarily. The new targets... continue
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Bus News
By Meera Rambissoon
Transport minister Rosie Winterton has said that local bus services will improve as a result of the currently draft Local Transport Bill, during a... continue
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Rail News
By James Dark
The customer service which the rail industry provides during major disruption is being scrutinised by the National Audit Office. The investigation... continue
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Rail News
The office of Rail Regulation has told Network Rail to make rapid improvements to its performance on First Great Western’s routes, or face... continue
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Bus News
By Andrew Garnett
SCOTTISH TRAFFIC commissioner Joan Aitken has welcomed the news that Strathclyde Partnership for Transport is to fund a team of ‘bus... continue
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Rail News
Virgin’s plans to deliver 10 million extra seats on the West Coast Main Line next year are being threatened by Network Rail falling behind on... continue
Parking Review
Operational
Welsh Conservative MEP Jonathan Evans has reported NCP to the Office of Fair trading (OFT) after what he calls sharp increases in parking charges in... continue
Categories: performance, NCP, Wales
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Rail News
By Robert Jack
First Group has defended its threat to sue London TravelWatch for libel over a letter of complaint about poor performance at its First Great Western... continue
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Lead Story
By Robert Jack
As punctuality climbs up the Department for Transport’s agenda, bus operators will need to monitor their own punctuality much more closely -... continue
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Bus News
FIRST’S BUS operations in the Midlands have maintained their position as the most punctual of the Aberdeen-based group’s UK bus... continue
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In Passing
Overcrowded, cattle-like conditions; continual delays; passengers tearing their hair out. First Great Western’s performance hasn’t been... continue
Parking Review
Safer Parking
Canterbury is the safest city in the country to park, according to the British Parking Association. Of the 58 car parks run by Canterbury City... continue
Parking Review
Parking Policy
Over 5,000km of bus lanes have been created since 2001, new figures from the Department for Transport reveal. A total of 953 bus lane, showcase bus... continue
Categories: performance, DfT
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