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Local Transport Today
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Andrew Forster
transport for London is exploring the possibility of building a new tolled tunnel in inner London to replace the capital’s Inner Ring... continue
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Norwegian electronic toll collection company Q-Free has purchased UK-based intelligent transport systems firm TDC Systems.  The deal is expected... continue
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Andrew Forster
The Government’s policy of reducing fuel duty on road transport since 2010 has boosted the country’s GDP, according to modelling results... continue
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Delays caused by utility works and road works on London’s busiest roads have been slashed following the introduction of a lane rental charging... continue
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Perth and Kinross Council is to impose developer contributions on new development to help fund a £109m (2013 prices) package of transport... continue
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The Government this week introduced a road user levy for all goods vehicles over 12 tonnes on UK roads. The levy is structured in a series of bands... continue
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More councils in England are to apply to the DfT for permission to implement permit schemes for highway works in an effort to reduce traffic... continue
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Transport for Greater Manchester has reported a shortfall in income from its new permitting scheme for managing works on the highway.  The... continue
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Construction of a new road crossing over the Mersey will get underway this month after the parties reached financial close on the deal. Halton... continue
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Birmingham City Council plans to study the pros and cons of introducing a Workplace Parking Levy in the city. Nottingham City Council is the only... continue
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The Government is to cover any shortfall in toll revenues on Halton Council’s new Mersey Gateway crossing.  The DfT’s announcement... continue
Local Transport Today
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Andrew Forster
Middlesbrough Council is to continue a free parking policy in council-owned town centre car parks after retailers attributed higher sales to the... continue
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The DfT’s proposal to give motorists a 25% discount on their parking Penalty Charge Notice if they pay the charge promptly after losing an... continue
Local Transport Today
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Lee Baker
The Government says in its draft child poverty strategy that high transport costs "can make it harder to get to work and to stay in work," as it vows... continue
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John W E Helm
  A new business rate levy, fare rises, and devolved property taxes could help fund Crossrail 2, the project to link south-west and north-east... continue
Local Transport Today
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Revenues from penalty charge notices (PCN) for parking and moving traffic offences should flow to the Treasury, rather than being kept by local... continue
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Thousands of drivers a week are receiving penalty charge notices (PCNs) for ignoring an experimental ban on general traffic crossing a bridge in York... continue
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Northumberland County Council is to scrap parking charges in most council-owned car parks from April. Free parking was an election pledge of the... continue
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Aberdeenshire Council is to scrap parking charges at four car parks within its country parks. Motorists will be instead be asked to make donations... continue
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The bus industry is urging the Government to introduce tax incentives for employees who commute to work by bus. The ‘Bus Bonus’ scheme... continue
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