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Local Transport Today
Sub story to regular feature
Mr Amos is waiting for a late-running bus on the Stretford Road. Will he vote in the referendum? “Yes, I’m going to be voting... continue
Local Transport Today
In brief
The Scottish Government lacks key taxation powers to encourage the uptake of low emission vehicles, according to a study of how Scotland’s... continue
Local Transport Today
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Vicky and Gemma are waiting for a bus in Davyhulme, just beyond the M60, the outer cordon of the proposed congestion charge. Vicky, from Salford,... continue
Local Transport Today
Regular feature
By Andrew Forster
Residents of Greater Manchester this week  received voting documentation for the referendum on the conurbation’s multi-billion pound... continue
Local Transport Today
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Mr Margison is walking his enormous Rottweiler down Chester Road. He lives locally, between the two congestion charging rings. Is he planning to... continue
Local Transport Today
Secondary stories
Boris Johnson this week announced he will scrap the western extension of London’s congestion charging scheme, which was only introduced in... continue
Local Transport Today
Media monitor
“A congestion charging scheme being used as a model for Greater Manchester is in difficulties just two years after being introduced,”... continue
Local Transport Today
Regular news
The DfT’s first Road Pricing Demonstrations Project trials will start early in 2009 using volunteers recruited by some of the seven contractors... continue
Local Transport Today
Media monitor
“Congestion charge schemes could be sneaked in ‘through the back door’ across Britain under new laws to be pushed through... continue
Local Transport Today
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Graham Parkhurst and Geoff Dudley from the University of the West of England devote much of their contribution to Traffic Jam to a consideration of... continue
Local Transport Today
Regular news
North Lincolnshire Council this week welcomed the Government’s announcement of a public inquiry into plans to increase tolls on the Humber... continue
Local Transport Today
Regular news
Demand management has a vital role to play in ensuring that transport policies tackle climate change according to a new report by the Institution of... continue
Local Transport Today
Regular feature
By Andrew Forster
In recent years Nottingham has earned an enviable reputation for delivering ambitious transport projects. The tram network has been cited as a model... continue
Local Transport Today
Sub story to regular feature
Under the levy proposals, organisations will have to hold an annual licence covering the maximum number of workplace parking places that can be... continue
Local Transport Today
Sub story to regular feature
The parking levy revenue will be allocated to four initiatives. Crucially, it will provide £67m (about 80%) of Nottingham City Council’s... continue
Local Transport Today
Viewpoint
By Eric Sampson
The English language makes it is easy to say essentially the same thing but with different emphasis. Consider these phrases: Enough is as good as a... continue
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Letters to the editor
By Stephen Plowden, London
Tony May points out that “current financing policies make it easier to fund infrastructure than more cost-effective management... continue
Local Transport Today
Introduction
By Rik Thomas
The emphasis of Intelligent Transport Systems in the UK is currently in the process of changing, if the makeup of the various Special Interest Groups... continue
Local Transport Today
Articles
According to Chris Queree, head of systems planning at ATOC (Association of Train Operating Companies) and chair of the 'Passenger Information'... continue
Local Transport Today
Articles
The Toppan Printing Company has announced that it is to supply a new design of smart card for transport and electronic payment functions for the Hong... continue
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