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Other Columnist
By George Muir
“It is the duty of the secretary of state to ensure that the net UK carbon account for the year 2050 is at least 80% lower than the 1990... continue
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In brief
An anti vandalism operation using CCTV on London’s buses has chalked up nearly 3,000 arrests in its four years of operation. Now Operation Bus... continue
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In brief
Transport for London last week opened two new transport interchanges that serve the massive new Westfield shopping centre in west London. The new... continue
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Bus News
By Robert Jack
Transport for London has restated its commitment to a major expansion of hybrid-powered buses. Following the election of Boris Johnson as major of... continue
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Light Rail/Tram News Lead Story
By Meera Rambissoon
London mayor Boris Johnson’s scrapping of the Cross River Tram and the lack of light rail plans in the £1bn package of funding proposals... continue
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Bus News Lead Story
Transport for London has restated its commitment to a major expansion of hybrid-powered buses. Following the election of Boris Johnson as major of... continue
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Rail News
By James Dark
Stagecoach-owned South West Trains has started the first public trials of the Department for Transport’s national rail smartcard. The project... continue
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Regular News
Transport for London this week announced the agreement of a new contract for the future management and development of the Oyster card system and... continue
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Interview
By Meera Rambissoon
Monoleto Hutchinson only  planned to spend six months in the bus industry to earn some money, but nearly 40 years later, he has stayed for more... continue
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Business Monitor
BUS?and coach group Metroline saw a recovery in profits during the year to  December 31 2007, according to its annual accounts. The company... continue
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Other Columnist
By Chris Cheek
Over the years since TAS started monitoring the development of rapid transit schemes, there have been several swings of the pendulum. In the very... continue
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Bus News
London mayor Boris Johnson has ordered a review of the capital’s bus network with a view to cutting costs. The move could result in changes... continue
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Bus News
By Andrew Garnett
National Express’s London bus operations have been revealed to be the capital’s worst performing,  according to Transport for London... continue
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Bus News
Belmont International Bus Operator of the Year Warrington Borough Transport Runner-up: Transdev Keighley & District Titan Outdoor City Op... continue
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Technology News
Transport for London today announced the agreement of a new contract for the future management and development of the Oyster card system and other... continue
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Technology News
Transport for London today announced the agreement of a new contract for the future management and development of the Oyster card system and other... continue
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Business Comment Lead Story
The assumption that huge benefits can still be gained from revenue protection, particularly gating stations, has been a feature of recent franchise... continue
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Opinion
Passenger transport is clearly a very political activity, and nowhere is that more clearly demonstrated than in London. The relationship between the... continue
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In brief
Alexander Dennis chief executive Colin Robertson has revealed that trials of its new hybrid bus models signed off by Transport for London last week... continue
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Bus News
All of the major UK manufacturers demonstrated their new hybrid vehicle products at this week’s Euro Bus Expo show in Birmingham. While... continue
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