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IPC addresses rise in abusive, violent and criminal behaviour

IPC addresses rise in abusive, violent and criminal behaviour

A dedicated online portal for parking operators to report incidents of verbal or physical abuse of staff or theft and vandalism at any of their car parks has been launched by the International Parking Community (IPC). The new reporting... continue

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Concern at rising number of private parking notices

Concern at rising number of private parking notices

The RAC Foundation has raised concerns over an increase in the number of parking charge notices (PCNs) being issued to drivers alleged to have breached rules when parking on private land. Companies... continue

17 Jan 2022Parking Review News
Blue Badge fraudster convicted in Greenwich

Blue Badge fraudster convicted in Greenwich

Investigators from the Royal Borough of Greenwich have secured a conviction for Blue Badge fraud. Abdul Khan from Plaistow was found guilty at Bromley Magistrates Court on... continue

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Davies given decarbonisation lead at DfT

A new second permanent secretary has been appointed at the DfT. Gareth Davies, currently director-general at the department since May 2019, will provide leadership of a number of high-profile areas across DfT including decarbonising transport. Prior to his current role, Davies was a... continue

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Free taxis used to tackle Covid-19 booster access problems

Free taxis used to tackle Covid-19 booster access problems

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An LTT survey has revealed the extent to which... continue

17 Jan 2022Local Transport Today News

British Land rethinks portfolio and embraces hubs

Property company British Land is moving away from its traditional portfolio of shopping centres and office buildings and towards logistics hubs. It plans to buy and convert car parks and empty retail centres into urban distribution hubs for online shopping and same-day grocery deliveries. The short... continue

17 Jan 2022Parking Review News

DfT to launch Disability Charter and update tactile paving guide

The Government has joined forces with disability charity Scope to develop a new Disabled Persons Passenger Charter for bus, coach, taxi, private hire vehicle and rail. The DfT has also updated its Use of tactile paving surfaces and Guide to best practice on access to pedestrian and transport... continue

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TfL emergency funding extended

The Government has extended the emergency funding package for Transport for London (TfL) until 4 February. This, it said, will give both sides more time to negotiate the terms of a long-term settlement to secure the future of London’s public transport services. The funding deal was due to... continue

17 Jan 2022Local Transport Today News
TfL’s chief finance officer Kilonback quits

TfL’s chief finance officer Kilonback quits

Simon Kilonback, chief finance officer at Transport for London (TfL), has resigned after 12 years with the organisation. He said he has taken the “difficult... continue

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Petrol versus electric: A battle of hearts and minds

From the first Grand Prix at Brooklands to the wildly successful show Top Gear, the UK has been in love with cars for over a hundred years. They seduce us, with sleek designs, purring engines and plush interiors, and Brits have fallen hook, line and sinker. The roar of a petrol engine when we push... continue

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London’s 24-hour bus lanes to become permanent

Transport for London (TfL) intends to make 24-hour bus lanes permanent after a trial found that extending bus lane hours on the capital’s busiest roads cut journey times and helped reliability. Improvements in bus journey times were particularly noticeable in central and inner London,... continue

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Hectronic launches e-mobility unit

Hectronic launches e-mobility unit

Hectronic has launched a cashless and paperless payment terminal for car parks offering electric vehicle charging. The target market... continue

17 Jan 2022EVolution Products & Services

London boroughs tackle moving traffic offences

The shared parking service for the London boroughs of Wandsworth and Richmond upon Thames is expanding its use of unattended rapidly deployable CCTV systems. The Videalert cameras are used to enforce a range of bus lane and moving traffic applications. Nick O’Donnell, assistant director for... continue

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What’s in a name?

ZZ Top and Kermit among most unusual car names that people have given their cars, the DVLA has revealed. A survey conducted by the agency reveals that one-in-six motorists surveyed name their car. The nicknames, which include a mix of unusual and traditional names, were revealed to the agency in... continue

17 Jan 2022Parking Review Opinion

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