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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
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
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Regular News
“The government’s aim of 92.6% of trains arriving on time is a step in the right direction. We welcome commitments to address crowding... continue
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Rail News
By James Dark
The Department for Transport has called on Network Rail to raise its game after telling the industry that it must increase punctuality from the... continue
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Bus News
FIRST GROUP?has signed its latest Performance Improvement Partnership agreement in Huddersfield in an agreement with West Yorkshire PTE Metro and... continue
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Bus News
By Robert Jack
A new board could be established by the Department for Transport to oversee Britain’s traffic commissioners and ensure that they hold bus... continue
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Rail News
Minister asked to look at First Great Western Rail minister Tom Harris has been asked to consider whether First Great Western is in breach of its... continue
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News Extra
By James Dark
Train operators’ attempts to censure Network Rail for its recent poor performance were swept aside at the infrastructure operator’s AGM... continue
Parking Review
Operational
Gordon Bell
Brighton & Hove City Council plans to invest nearly £10m of in transport and highways over the next financial year. Some £5.8m of... continue
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Regular News
London TravelWatch, the watchdog for transport users for in and around London, will write to the government asking them to consider whether the First... continue
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Regular News
The performance of First Capital Connect train services has reached its best ever level since the franchise began in April 2006. Between June 3 and... continue
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Regular News
First has apologised to bus users in East?Scotland after widespread disruption to services led Scottish traffic commissioner, Joan Aitken, to issue a... continue
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Bus News
Great Manchester’s bus operators have proposed a radical new partnership agreement to develop bus services in order to bolster the... continue
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Bus News
Arriva’s Netherlands bus business has been fined £150,000 for poor service and faces a further fine of £225,000 in costs after an... continue
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Bus News
By Andrew Garnett
FIRST’S TROUBLED Devon and Cornwall bus operating subsidiary says it is now on track  and has significantly improved its operational and... continue
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Rail News
By Andrew Garnett
JAPANESE CONGLOMERATE Hitachi has signed a deal with rail leasing company HSBC Rail to upgrade Southeastern’s fleet of Class 465 Networker... continue
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Bus News
By Andrew Garnett
First Bristol has laid the blame for poor reliability of its bus services on the bus lane policies of Bristol City Council, at a public inquiry into... continue
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Bus News
BRISTOL?CITY Council and First are to enter into a Punctuality Improvement Partnership in the city in order to improve bus service reliability and... continue
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Rail News
Network Rail’s targets are seen as too weak, a survey commissioned by the Office of Rail Regulation has shown. The survey, which will inform... continue
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Rail News
One and Network Rail team up to improve National Express Group’s One Railway franchise has launched a programme of actions aimed at... continue
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