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Parking Review
Parking Policy
The South East Scotland transport partnership, SEStran, has appointed consultant Colin Buchanan to prepare regional parking standards. The new... continue
Parking Review
Enforcement News
Patrick McDonnell
The DVLA has transformed itself in an effort to improve road safety and reduce vehicle related crime over the last seven years, according to Clive... continue
Parking Review
Parking Policy
Gordon Bell
In order to control nuisances caused by the unregulated parking of large vehicles on-street overnight, particularly in residential areas, some... continue
Transit
Lead Story
research released this week has revealed that Manchester’s roads, with an average speed of 17.4mph, are the fourth slowest in Europe, behind... continue
Transit
Technology News Lead Story
rail users believe that the rail industry is lagging behind in using such high tech systems, according to new research published by Passenger... continue
Transit
Rail News
Passenger Focus has called for the government to consider giving more weight to train operators’ passenger satisfaction ratings when franchises... continue
Transit
Letters to the Editor
Rather than the thumbs up, I would suggest that the results are a clear illustration of the challenges we all face in the industry to bridge the gap... continue
Transit
Other Columnist
by Anthony Smith
Passenger Focus has been deeply engaged for two years in the fares debate called for by Transit (September 21). These discussions are even more... continue
Transit
John Nelson
By John Nelson
Love the staff; like the stations - shame about the trains. This is a summary of what passengers think about their rail journeys - at least if we are... continue
Transit
Business Comment
Passenger Focus’s call for a debate on whether customer satisfaction should influence rail franchise awards is optimistic given the... continue
Parking Review
Crime
Patrick McDonnell
Motorists in the UK are leaving nearly £4bn worth of gadgets in their vehicles, providing rich pickings for thieves, according to a new survey.... continue
Categories: crime, surveys, All of UK
Transit
Bus News
National Express-owned bus operator Travel London has launched its new Travel Surrey identity for buses operating from the company’s Byfleet... continue
Transit
Bus News
Almost three-quarters of bus passengers are pleased with the service provided by their local buses, according to a new survey by the Department for... continue
Transit
Bus News
First’s Troubled ftr service in York is getting better, according to a newly released independent passenger survey. In July 200 passengers... continue
Transit
Regular News
British transport Police said last week that the latest crime figures justified the massive increase in funding it has received over the past three... continue
Transit
Rail News
Rail passengers across England and Wales have rated rail stations as poorly integrated with buses, in a ‘Weakest Link’ survey carried out... continue
Parking Review
Crime
Cardiff is the “worst” city in Britain for motorists, according to a new survey. The Virgin Money Car Insurance study took aspects of car... continue
Parking Review
Operational
Last year 66,000 motorists in the UK drove into another vehicle while trying to park, estimates Accident Exchange. One reason for the high prang... continue
Parking Review
Operational
Finding a space is the most stressful part of parking, according to a survey of British motorists by airport provider BAA. Some 48% of respondents... continue
Categories: surveys, All of UK
Parking Review
Letters
Robin Elks
I would like you to issue a correction to the news item reporting the Direct Line survey of parking tariff increases (PR May). Cranleigh, Surrey, is... continue
Categories: surveys, All of UK
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