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People
Tyne & Wear PTE Nexus director general Bernard Garner is cutting his hours from April as part of changes to the PTE’s management structure.... continue
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UK transport secretary Justine Greening was unceremoniously reshuffled out of her job, apparently due to her opposition to the expansion of Heathrow... continue
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Feature
UK transport is heavily influenced, as elsewhere, by political leaders. Transport problems and challenges exist at both a national and local level... continue
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Bus News
Transport for Greater Manchester has set out its plans to implement smart ticketing across public transport in the conurbation. The plan will be... continue
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Politics
Major urban areas in Britain could see transport networks more like those common in mainland Europe if UK MPs get their way. The UK... continue
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Bus News
A trio of 11m-long Optare Versa EVs now entering service with Travel De Courcey in Coventry are the largest battery-powered electric buses currently... continue
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Viewpoint
This month my column will be a little reflective. And quite political. But you’ll be used to that. Sadly it is my last ‘regular’... continue
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Light Rail News
As well as the Northern Hub scheme, there was other good news for electric public transport in the north of England with the Leeds New Generation... 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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Technology News
Metro, the West Yorkshire Integrated Transport Authority, has agreed a £7 million plan to implement a smartcard ticketing system for bus users... continue
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Bus News Lead Story
West Yorkshire’s Integrated Transport Authority (ITA) members have voted to support the introduction of England’s first Quality Contract... continue
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Technology News
Mobius, the machine to machine data transmission specialists have won order for Mobile Data  Airtime from South Yorkshire Passenger Transport... continue
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People Lead Story
Merseytravel chairman Mark Dowd has issued a statement denouncing local newspaper reports claiming that the district auditor had questioned... continue
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Business
Momentum has appeared to be building inexorably in the UK towards following the European example of devolving much greater responsibility for local... continue
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Viewpoint
Paul Salveson
­T­­he UK Government has issued its consultation paper on options for decentralising local and regional rail services within England.... continue
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Cover Story Detail
Plans in the UK government’s rail Command Paper for retailers close to stations, and potentially high street libraries, post offices and... continue
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Viewpoint
Peter Stoner
There is a new kind of transport enthusiast, the “app collector”. I recently realised that my own collection of travel apps looks small... continue
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Feature
The past year has seen some of the most high profile figures in the transport industry leave their posts for new roles, announce their... continue
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Feature
UK Transport is heavily influenced, as elsewhere by political leaders. It is Boris Johnson Mayor of London who New Transit believes has been most... continue
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People
Neil Scales is leaving MerseyTravel as chief executive and director general to take over as chief executive of TransLink, the public transport... continue
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