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Feature
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The economic circumstances of 2012 gave added impetus to a range of lobbyists and protestors, harnessing public support against cuts in spending on... continue
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Rail News Lead Story
Crossrail 2, the plan for a new south-west to north-east line under London, is to be promoted as a regional rail scheme rather than a London-focused... continue
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Products & Services
Engineering, legal and property experts have joined forces to launch UK Cable Car Advisers, and promote the adoption of the technology. Following... continue
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Environment
British bus industry lobby  group Greener Journeys, set up to promote the sector has moved its focus to the economic benefits provided by buses,... continue
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People
The Chair of Tyne and Wear Integrated Transport Authority, Cllr David Wood, has been elected as Chair of the group of six UK transport authorities... continue
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Cover Story Detail
A critical question in attracting public funding for new sustainable transport systems is ensuring that appraisal systems take into account resultant... continue
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Viewpoint
John Austin
When I was doing management training some years ago a frequent theme in college lectures was the difference between supplier-led and consumer-led... continue
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Feature
The economic circumstances and transport industry reform programmes of 2011 gave added power to a range of lobbyists and protestors. The power of the... continue
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Bus News
A new survey of bus fares by consultancy TAS Partnership has shown that average fares have increased by nearly 10% over the past two years. In 2011,... continue
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Bus News
Figures obtained by Campaign for Better Transport (CBT) show council spending cuts have led to one in five supported bus services being cut. The... continue
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Rail News
Rail fares across franchises in England and Wales will rise by an average of 8% in January with rises on some routes as high as 13%. The increases... continue
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Viewpoint
Paul Salveson
Women are the ‘great unseen’ in transport decision- making. Yet they make up the majority of bus users in Britain, and account for 46% of... continue
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Articles
Why is he on the list? Campaign for Better Transport (previously Transport 2000) is the leading transport NGO. Joseph has been executive director of... continue
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Articles
Why is he on the list? ATOC represents Britain’s passenger rail companies. ATOC has 140 staff and a £75m budget. What kind of year has he... continue
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Politics Lead Story
Robert Jack
This month will see the start of the party conference season and the case for supporting public transport will be put forward at fringe meetings in... continue
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People
The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport has revealed that Donna Cresswell is to join the organisation as chief operating officer. She... continue
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Viewpoint
Richard Hebditch, Campaigns Director, Campaign for Better Transport
We’ve all known for a long time that cuts to transport spending will come but the shape of those cuts is still not clear. What has become... continue
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Reflections
The modernisation of how customers pay for their bus and train travel has take a long time to arrive. A very long time. Stephen Morris, external... continue
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Editorial Comment
Robert Jack
Peter Roberts is one of those people who supports transport secretary Philip Hammond’s mission to end the mythical “war on the... continue
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