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Rail News
A major study is set to offer what is arguably the first ever up-to-date assessment of the skills gap for all modes of transport in the South East of... continue
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Rail News
Construction of the new Imperial Wharf station has now commenced. Situated on the West London Line, the new station will link the Imperial Wharf... continue
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People
Robert Niven has been appointed as the head of development and planning for the Docklands Light Railway, replacing Richard de Cani who is now... continue
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Regular News
A Dutch judge has ruled that details of how to copy Transport for London’s Oyster smart card system can be published by a team of researchers... continue
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Regular News
Five hundred public transport users in London this week began a six-month trial of a new mobile phone that incorporates Oyster ticketing... continue
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Rail News Lead Story
By James Dark
Transport for London is drawing up plans to extend its Overground quality standards to Southern’s Metro routes when the new franchise is... continue
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Rail News
Network rail is quoting £4,000 as the cost of a new rail station clock. Helen Beaumont, Transport for London’s principal transport... continue
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In brief
Transport for London and the London Boroughs of Greenwich and Bexleyheath have begun a consultation round with local residents into the proposed... continue
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John Nelson
“Half of Britain’s rail services would be brought back within public control under a plan to strip train companies of the right to set... continue
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Bus News
Ballymena-based bus manufacturer Wrightbus has announced that it is developing a new double decker bus that will replace its current best selling... continue
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Bus News
NEW FIGURES on bus use in London obtained by Transit reveal that between 1999 and 2007 patronage in the capital increased by 45%, with passenger... continue
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Rail News
Fare evasion is still too easy,  according to watchdog London TravelWatch at the Commons’ Select Committee inquiry into ticketing on... continue
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Bus News
THE LATEST tender results announced by London Buses reveal that Go Ahead subsidiary Metrobus has lost five contracts to competitors. Operation of... continue
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Letters to the Editor
Gordon Mackley
It is good that a healthy debate is going on about the relative merits of buses and trams. It is unfortunate that James Skinner’s obvious... continue
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Business Comment
IT was only a matter of time. There was little doubt that as soon as prospective London mayor Boris Johnson spoke of his enthusiasm for a 21st... continue
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Regular News
As Transit went to press, London mayor Boris Johnson was poised to launch his competition to design “a new bus for London, inspired by the... continue
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Regular News
Transport for London has taken over the ownership and management of the Tramlink network in South London, from Tramtrack Croydon, who won the... continue
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Bus News
Latest tender results from London Buses reveal that Go Ahead’s London Central business has lost the contracts to operate five routes from its... continue
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Rail News
Tim Parker’s appointment as the new chairman of Transport was ratified by the London Assembly last week. While they agreed he is?“a very... continue
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In brief
Crime on London’s buses is low and getting lower as a result of “impressive efforts” by Transport for London and its partners,... continue
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