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Parking Review
Viewpoint
Viv Nicholas
Are we spending too much time focussing on enforcement, and perhaps holding the wrong end of the stick? Perhaps a better analogy is to think about... continue
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Operational
Croydon Council has been giving young people the chance to try out their driving skills before actually getting on to the road this summer. The south... continue
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Crime
A mother who left her three children inside a car in Carlisle under on a hot day for 45 minutes has escaped a prison sentence. The children, aged... continue
Categories: crime, safety
Parking Review
Articles
Leicester City Council is extending its smartphone app allowing the reporting of environmental issues such as highway faults including broken street... continue
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Articles
The number of deaths caused by drink-driving related road accidents fell sharply last year, provisional government figures reveal. Fatalities fell by... continue
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Articles
Volunteers using speed guns have caught almost 5,000 drivers breaking the speed limit in Wiltshire over the last year. The Community Speed Watch... continue
Parking Review
Articles
Residents in a Nottinghamshire town have called for a voluntary 20mph speed limit to be formerly enforced. Advisory signage was installed on street... continue
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Articles
The number of Teesside motorists electing to attend a speed awareness course rather than picking up a fine and penalty points has increased by almost... continue
Parking Review
Articles
Patrick McDonnell
Average speed enforcement is set to start on a six-mile stretch of the A13 this autumn. A total of 84 cameras have been installed at 37 different... continue
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Articles
The government is consulting on ‘lane rental’ schemes that would enable councils to charge utility companies up to £2,500 a day to... continue
Parking Review
Articles
A yellow box junction in north London has brought in more than £1m in fine revenues in the last year. The junction in Highgate has seen... continue
New Transit
People
Gareth Llewllyn has been appointed director of safety and sustainable development at Network Rail. He previously had senior safety roles with... continue
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Technology News
GreenRoad’s 360 fleet driver performance and safety management system has been enhanced to allow speeding and engine idling analysis as well as... continue
New Transit
Technology News
Deniz Huseyin
Nexus has launched an interactive teaching pack to warn children across Tyne & Wear about the dangers of trespassing onto rail lines. Nexus, which... continue
New Transit
Bus News
A new guide to health and safety in bus and coach stations, which offers advice to architects and designers, has been published. The guidance —... continue
Parking Review
CCTV
A body-worn CCTV camera developed for uniformed patrol staff in the UK is now being adopted by parking enforcement teams around the... continue
Parking Review
Crime
A man who deliberately drove into a parking attendant at an Asda store was jailed for six months by Bristol Crown Court. Martin Takle backed his... continue
Parking Review
Debt Recovery Lead Story
Bailiffs working for Whyte & Co are filming their visits to debtors in a trial with Thurrock and Southend Councils. Three of the audio-video... continue
Parking Review
Construction
When the Assay Office in Sheffield moved out to Owlerton on the edge of the city, its old premises in Portobello Street was redeveloped by Cordwell... continue
Parking Review
Editorial
Mark Moran
High quality facilities, a service ethos and well judged pricing structures are the hallmarks of quality off-street parking. These were among the... continue
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