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18 Dec 2019Local Transport Today News

Climate agenda ‘socialist’

Climate alarmism is the latest scare pedalled by socialists who want to restrict personal freedom, Donald Trump told this week’s World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.  “We must reject the perennial prophets of doom and their predictions of apocalypse,” he said.... continue

24 Jan 2020Local Transport Today News

FirstGroup may withdraw plan to sell UK bus businesses

Andrew Forster

FirstGroup could abandon the sale of its UK bus businesses and instead sell off its North American businesses.  The company has appointed advisors to review all options for the North American businesses, which will allow the board to compare the merits of selling them off versus selling off... continue

24 Jan 2020Local Transport Today News

Trump on the money

When the House of Commons’ UK Climate Assembly meets for the first time this weekend, we can be fairly sure that it will not be spending much time debating US president Donald Trump’s comments about climate change at Davos. Trump’s attack on the entire agenda is far too leftfield... continue

24 Jan 2020Local Transport Today News

Long-haul flights swamp car commuting for CO2 emissions

David Hicks, Nottingham, NG7

I read with some surprise today Roger Davies’ letter ‘San Francisco shows the folly of an e-scooter free-for-all’ in the 20 December issue. Surprise, because I can’t understand how those submitting a contribution to a professional publication on transportation can, in 2020,... continue

24 Jan 2020Local Transport Today Comment
Blue Badge reforms expand use of permits

Blue Badge reforms expand use of permits

Thousands of people with Parkinson’s, dementia, epilepsy and other ‘hidden disabilities’ have gained access to the benefits from Blue Badges... continue

16 Jan 2020Parking Review News
How the car made the modern world... and where is it driving next?

How the car made the modern world... and where is it driving next?

The car was the driving force that accelerated the pace of life in the 20th century. This is the central idea of a new exhibition being staged at the V&A in London. The retrospective brings together a selection of cars that have never been on display in the... continue

16 Jan 2020Parking Review Features
16 Jan 2020Parking Review Features

Open data interface for ParkMap cloud service

Buchanan Computing has expanded its ParkMap cloud service with the addition of a web service for the sharing of traffic order data. The service uses an open API (application programming interface) as part of the ParkMap 7 cloud system, which enables local authorities to capture and manage their... continue

16 Jan 2020Parking Review Products & Services
Goodwin to head 3C Payment

Goodwin to head 3C Payment

3C Payment has named Tim Goodwin as its new chief executive officer. Goodwin who worked at the... continue

16 Jan 2020Parking Review News
Airport parking retailer ParkVia to develop voice booking

Airport parking retailer ParkVia to develop voice booking

Airport parking retailer ParkVia is to add voice booking to its e-commerce platform during 2020. This will enable customers to use devices such as Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant to book parking by voice. The company cites a... continue

16 Jan 2020Parking Review News
2020: the year of the bus?

2020: the year of the bus?

Bus passengers across England will soon be able to plan their journeys much in much more detail thanks... continue

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10 Jan 2020Local Transport Today News
Oxford and Oxfordshire publish details of UK’s first city centre Zero Emission Zone (ZEZ)

Oxford and Oxfordshire publish details of UK’s first city centre Zero Emission Zone (ZEZ)

Oxford City Council and Oxfordshire County Council have published final draft proposals for the UK’s first city centre Zero Emission Zone (ZEZ), to be introduced later this year. The proposed Red Zone marks the next step towards cleaner air in Oxford, and a reduction in the health risks for people living and working in the city. It is also... continue

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10 Jan 2020Local Transport Today News

14 pilots receive funding to boost town centres

The first 14 of 20 pilot areas, many of them in the North, to receive tailored expert support to assist in rejuvenating their town centres has been announced by by Communities Secretary Robert Jenrick from the Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government. The first 101 places to benefit... continue

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3 Jan 2020Local Transport Today News
Competition time: British Parking Awards 2020

Competition time: British Parking Awards 2020

The annual search for the best schemes, teams and ideas in UK parking is underway, with operators, car park designers and technologists all invited to enter the British Parking... continue

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2 Jan 2020Parking Review News
SWARCO Traffic receives ISO certification

SWARCO Traffic receives ISO certification

SWARCO Traffic has achieved ISO 45001 accreditation for Occupational Health and Safety. The company held the previous BH OHSAS 18001 standard, which enabled a... continue

1 Jan 2020Parking Review News

Mark Moran

Mark Moran

Parking made the headlines in 2019

There is never a problem finding news and feature articles with which to fill the pages of Parking Review, as the hefty weight of...

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31 Dec 2019Parking Review Opinion
Parking reviewed… Parking Review at 30

Parking reviewed… Parking Review at 30

When it appeared 30 years ago, the very first edition of Parking Review stated that the new title would be a quarterly, but I must admit that back in... continue

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31 Dec 2019Parking Review Opinion
San Francisco shows the folly of an e-scooter free-for-all

San Francisco shows the folly of an e-scooter free-for-all

Roger Davies, Kendal LA9

I do a lot of my thinking wandering along the Embarcadero... continue

20 Dec 2019Local Transport Today Comment
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19 Dec 2019Local Transport Today News
New UK review of child-friendly planning published

New UK review of child-friendly planning published

This review, written by Dr Jenny Wood, Dinah Bornat and Professor Aude Bicquelet-Lock, is an analysis of how children’s rights are presented within the national planning policies and supporting... continue

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18 Dec 2019Local Transport Today News

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