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Feature
Jo Humphries
In order to create a sustainable business model for those providing passenger transport services, it is critical that we increase their quality and... continue
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Editorial Comment
Peter Stonham
Significance can be a difficult thing to establish- but it is a task worth addressing in determining priorities, spotting trends and choosing who to... continue
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Light Rail News Lead Story
Introduction of Montpellier’s two new tramway lines has been supported by a new tram driver simulator. It is “the first of its kind in... continue
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In brief
A new recruitment firm specialising in railway engineering and construction has been set up by Andy Ridout. Advance Training & Recruitment... continue
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Bus News
The GreenRoad system that monitors driver performance and safety management has been enhanced to provide comparisons between drivers while a... continue
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Technology News
Deniz Huseyin
ScotRail has introduced train simulation software as an interactive training tool offering a “driver’s eye view” of the Edinburgh... continue
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Products & Services
Deniz Huseyin
First Group is pioneering a new accreditation scheme to enhance the diagnostic skills of its inspection technicians and mechanics. The approach began... continue
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Technology News
New measures to cut fuel consumption have resulted in an annual saving of £200,000 for Hull-based bus firm East Yorkshire Motor Services... continue
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Viewpoint
Peter Wiltshire
Katarynza is a ‘Store Colleague’ for Boots. You can see her on the careers website (www.boots.jobs/stores/ roles/store-colleagues/).... continue
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People
Transport and training business HCT?Group has announced the appointment of Joyce Moseley OBE as its new chair. Moseley, a former director of social... continue
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Invest to save
Arriva won a Company Driver Safety Award at the annual Fleet Safety Awards presented by the road safety charity Brake earlier this summer. The award... continue
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People
From the classroom to the boardroom? Anything seems possible for IRO student Andrew Dickinson, whose hard work has earnt him a degree in Railway... continue
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People
There are many people holding a range of high management positions in Stagecoach’s Uk bus business who started their careers as trainee drivers... continue
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People
Go Skills, the passenger transport sector skills council has announced the appointment of a new and strengthened board of directors and... continue
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Cover Story
Robert Jack and James Dark
As we enter a period of austerity, it is clear that investment in public transport is going to dry up. There will be less money for new... continue
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End of the line
The Times recently reported that in China the phrase ‘comrade’ is now being swept aside in favour of the more Western, and capitalistic,... continue
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In brief
Apprenticeships London Underground infraco firm Tube Lines recently played host to some heavyweights of the UK business world interested in learning... continue
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Feature
They are the young guns who will change how we travel in the future. They are the strategists, the commercial brains, the operational experts and... continue
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Feature Detail
After graduating from Keele University in 2001 with a degree in Geography and Politics, Tricia Madge wanted to move to London and work in the public... continue
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Feature Detail
Loder is unusual in the post-privatisation railway in providing a classic case study of a rise from platform to senior management. He began his... continue
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