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The controversy generated by Greater Manchester’s Transport Innovation Fund transport investment package and congestion charge could cause... continue
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Media monitor
“This question has to be looked at from a London-wide perspective,” an editorial in The Evening Standard said on 25 November, two days... continue
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Main editorial comment
Readers perusing this, the last issue of LTT in 2008, may be experiencing a sense of déjà vu, as many of the subjects being covered as... continue
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Interview
By Andrew Forster
Phil Wheeler, Edinburgh’s transport convenor, was watching with interest this week’s referendum result on Greater Manchester’s... continue
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Regular news
The Government has begun a consultation on draft regulations for workplace parking levy schemes. Powers for a local authority to make a workplace... continue
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Motoring taxes should be increased and public transport should be made cheaper in order to reduce transport’s carbon dioxide emissions,... continue
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In brief
The AA?is urging the Government to pilot the use of High Occupancy Toll (HOT) lanes on one small stretch of motorway, warning that to rush headlong... continue
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Regular news
The restrictions faced by local authorities when communicating transport policies to the public have been highlighted in a ruling by... continue
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Andrew Forster's exclusive interview with Edinburgh's transport convenor Phil Wheeler about his plans for the City, the future of Edinburgh's tram... continue
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Some Friends of the Earth campaigners are taking a break from canvassing for new members outside Manchester’s Arndale shopping centre.... continue
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Letters to the editor
By Hazel Prowse, Camberley
Everyone knows from the Highway Code that there is a national 30mph speed limit in built-up areas and a general 70mph maximum elsewhere; what is... continue
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Media monitor
Supporters of Greater Manchester's TIF transport investment and congestion charging package were cheered last week by a front page story in the The... continue
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If the ‘Yes’ campaign were to win the?referendum by one vote then the ‘No’ camp might have a bone to pick with LTT! Mr Stott... continue
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Mr Zubair is waiting outside the Trafford Centre for a bus back into Manchester city centre. He’s going to be voting no. “It’s... continue
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The DfT is to link fuel duty rebate payments for bus operators in England to incentives for low carbon buses, smartcard ticketing and global... continue
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Regular news
Chancellor Alistair Darling this week upset green groups, road hauliers and bus operators – and did little to reassure motorists – in a... continue
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Mr Mallins is walking back to his home in Davyhulme after shopping with his wife at the huge out-of-town Trafford Centre. He’s going to vote... continue
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Mr and Mrs Tudge are visiting the Asda superstore beside the Trafford Centre, just inside the M60. Plans for congestion charging are “a... continue
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Mr Mundie, a postgraduate student at the University of Manchester, doesn’t own a car and uses his bike and buses to get around the... continue
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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
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