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Local Transport Today
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The future management of the Severn crossings will be reviewed by the DfT, Highways England and the Welsh Government. The current concessionaire is... continue
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The London Borough of Barnet is to introduce an emissions-based charging scheme for residents’ parking permits. The scheme will have three... continue
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Birmingham City Council is to investigate a workplace parking levy as a way of part-funding its new ‘Birmingham Connected’ transport... continue
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Free-flow tolling will be introduced on the Dartford Crossing, which carries the M25 across the Thames estuary, from 30 November. Drivers will be... continue
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Cambridgeshire County Council has ruled out examining road pricing in its new study of access to Cambridge (LTT 31 Oct).  A council briefing... continue
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The cut to Humber Bridge tolls seems to have boosted traffic levels, according to figures published by the Humber Bridge Board. Tolls were cut in... continue
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The London Borough of Enfield is asking London Councils to increase the penalty charge for parking offences in the borough. Penalty charges are set... continue
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Leicestershire County Council and Leicester City Council are to consult on introducing charges for concessionary passholders using park-and-ride... continue
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THE MAYOR of London should implement a capital-wide road pricing scheme before a nationwide scheme is imposed on the capital, according to a leading... continue
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John W E Helm
Two decades ago the railways were privatised. However, unlike other important milestones in rail history, this event was not marked by a one-off... continue
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Letters to the editor
Harry Clarke, Founder and Commercial Director, RingGo
I note, with cynicism, last Friday’s decision by the Highways Agency to slip out, and thereby effectively bury, in the wake of the referendum... continue
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Letters to the editor
  Private toll roads are a fundamentally flawed concept Traffic volumes on private toll roads that are lower than forecast (‘Lawsuits pile... continue
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Ashford Borough Council in Kent is to introduce free car parking in some council-owned car parks serving Ashford and Tenterden town centres after 3pm... continue
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Five million penalty charge notices were issued in London last year for parking, bus lane and moving traffic offences, according to figures released... continue
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Phil Goodwin
Phil Goodwin
There must surely have been a sharp intake of breath, a few shivers, a cold feeling of doom among the readers of LTT’s story last month... continue
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The Liberal Democrats will pledge to scrap tolls on the Severn crossings in the next Parliament. The bridges are currently administered by the Severn... continue
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London’s next mayor should introduce more road pricing schemes, says business lobby group London First.  The organisation suggests three... continue
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Letters to the editor
Andrew Fraser, Stirling FK8
Perhaps I am being over-sensitive, in a world that seems to be becoming coarser by the day, but is there not something distasteful about the... continue
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Lee Baker
The Liberal Democrats will scrap tolls on the Severn Bridge when the private concession ends in 2018 if they are in Government after the General... continue
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On 2 August The Daily Telegraph’s environment correspondent, Geoffrey Lean, took up the cause of a very specific segment of car drivers –... continue
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