Patrols to be removed from NI towns with low level of fines

Patrols to be removed from NI towns with low level of fines

Patrick McDonnell

Up to 42 towns across Northern Ireland could lose their regular traffic attendant patrols because of the low level of penalty charge notices (PCNs) issued per month. Under new... continue

6 Feb 2017Parking Review News
Stone is APCOA’s new southern regional manager

Stone is APCOA’s new southern regional manager

APCOA has appointed Ken Stone as the its new regional manager south. Stone will be responsible for all of APCOA’s southern contracts, including London, as well building client... continue

16 Mar 2017Parking Review News
Parking & Property: Building a better future for towns and cities

Parking & Property: Building a better future for towns and cities

Parking & Property 2017 8 June: 15 Hatfields, London Parking & Property is the only annual event dedicated to off-street parking. Over the past 7 years the conference has provided a forum for debate and sharing best practice among public and... continue

15 Mar 2017Parking Review Features
13 Mar 2017Parking Review News
Who’s who in the British Parking Awards

Who’s who in the British Parking Awards

Mark Moran

The winners of the British Parking Awards 2017 will be revealed at an awards ceremony in London on 10 March. The... continue

7 Mar 2017Parking Review Features
14 Feb 2017Parking Review News
8 Feb 2017Local Transport Today News

Cycle network for Belfast

Plans for a 128km cycle network in Belfast have been published by Northern Ireland’s Department for Infrastructure. A primary network will cater for major flows with as much separation from traffic as possible. This will consist of eight radial routes and three orbital routes: one round the... continue

3 Feb 2017Local Transport Today News

Airport NPS published

The DfT this week published a draft airports National Policy Statement, which makes the case for a third runway at Heathrow.  The NPS actually focuses exclusively on airport capacity in the South East of England and lays out the planning policy framework that Heathrow’s owners will need... continue

3 Feb 2017Local Transport Today News
Active travel: a New Year’s resolution everyone can stick to

Active travel: a New Year’s resolution everyone can stick to

Dr Jon Lamonte, Chief Executive, Transport for Greater Manchester

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30 Jan 2017Local Transport Today Features
APCOA honours staff who have gone the extra mile

APCOA honours staff who have gone the extra mile

APCOA Parking has recognised the achievements of employees at a dinner and awards ceremony. Trophies were presented to 16 members of staff who the parking operator felt have delivered... continue

26 Jan 2017Parking Review News
Police catch 8,000 drivers using mobile phones at wheel in one week

Police catch 8,000 drivers using mobile phones at wheel in one week

Mark Moran

Almost 8,000 drivers were caught using a mobile phone behind the... continue

23 Jan 2017Local Transport Today News

Review of renewal process for NI Blue Badge holders with lifelong mobility issues commences

The renewal process for Blue Badge holders in Northern Ireland with lifelong mobility issues is being reviewed. The review will consider the legislation constraints and welfare benefit rules that affect those applicants with life-long mobility issues when making an application to renew their Blue... continue

20 Jan 2017Parking Review News

On-street parking tariffs to increase in Belfast, Newry and Lisburn

On-street parking tariffs in parts of Northen Ireland are set to increase. Charges in Belfast city centre will rise by 20p per hour from £1.20 to £1.40, while a number of streets on the edge of the city centre with a current charge of 80p per hour will increase to £1.20 per... continue

20 Jan 2017Parking Review News

Hourly Belfast to Derry rail service

An hourly train service between Derry and Belfast will be introduced by this summer, Northern Ireland’s infrastructure minister Chris Hazzard has announced. The more frequent service will be facilitated by line improvements between Derry and Coleraine. Hazzard has also asked operator... continue

20 Jan 2017Local Transport Today News

NI speeders pay victims of crime levy

Drivers caught speeding in Northern Ireland will have to pay an additional £5 on their Northern Ireland  to the Victims of Crime Fund. The offender levy scheme, which was introduced in 2012, was this week rolled out to cover endorsable fixed penalties issued by the Police... continue

16 Dec 2016Local Transport Today News

Blackburn named best high street in Britain

Mark Moran

Blackburn in Lancashire has won the top prize at the annual Great British High Street Awards. The competition, now in its third year, attracted over 900 entries from villages, market towns and larger towns across the UK. The competition recognises work done to promote city locations, town centres,... continue

13 Dec 2016RUDI News

New residents parking controls planned for south Belfast

A new residents parking scheme is being proposed in south Belfast to end the use of streets for all-day commuter parking. College Park Avenue and Rugby Road in the Holyland area will have 117 parking spaces for residents and 127 pay & display spaces. Residents will pay £30 for a... continue

2 Dec 2016Parking Review News
Northern Ireland Executive reviews Blue Badge renewal process for life-long mobility issues

Northern Ireland Executive reviews Blue Badge renewal process for life-long mobility issues

The Northern Ireland Executive is seeking ways of making the renewal process for Blue Badge holders with life-long mobility issues simpler and more accessible. Department for Infrastructure minister Chris Hazzard said: “For many people with life-long mobility issues, the Blue Badge is a lifeline ‎enabling them to integrate in the community and go... continue

2 Dec 2016Parking Review News

Judicial review for NI’s A6 upgrade

Belfast High Court has authorised a judicial review of plans to improve part of the A6 road between Belfast and Londonderry. Works had been due to start last month on the £160m Toome to Castledawson section of road but the judge said there was a case to be heard in regard of a breach of the... continue

25 Nov 2016Local Transport Today News

Belfast road scheme approved

The Northern Ireland Executive has approved plans for a major road scheme in Belfast following a public inquiry but funding for the project remains uncertain. The £120m-£165m York Street Interchange project will replace a signalised gyratory system at York Street with a grade separated... continue

25 Nov 2016Local Transport Today News

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