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Engine-idling actions have key role in battling harmful pollution, says TRL

Engine-idling actions have key role in battling harmful pollution, says TRL

Mark Moran

Road transport research body TRL has called for local authorities to... continue

1 Mar 2021Parking Review News
Milestones needed on road to zero emission motoring, says NAO

Milestones needed on road to zero emission motoring, says NAO

Mark Moran

The UK government needs to explain how it will measure the... continue

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Larkinson confirmed as ORR chief executive

Larkinson confirmed as ORR chief executive

Mark Moran

The Office of Rail and Road (ORR) has confirmed John Larkinson as chief executive officer, following a public competition. As... continue

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25 Feb 2021Local Transport Today News
One-in-five want immediate pavement parking ban, says survey

One-in-five want immediate pavement parking ban, says survey

One-in-five people in Britain want an immediate ban of pavement parking, suggests a survey by YourParkingSpace.co.uk. While some want an immediate clampdown, the survey also discovered that others were prepared to wait, with just over... continue

24 Feb 2021Parking Review News
Transforming the parking workplace

Transforming the parking workplace

Ryan Jackson

A challenge that every employer faces is how to keep hold of key members of staff who are valuable to... continue

24 Feb 2021Parking Review Opinion
A vision of the future, here and now

A vision of the future, here and now

Matt McDaniel

As demand for parking space continues to rise in cities across the world, the pressure on facilities and... continue

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24 Feb 2021Parking Review Features
PM sets out cautious route to easing lockdown in England

PM sets out cautious route to easing lockdown in England

Mark Moran

The UK Government has published four-step roadmap to... continue

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22 Feb 2021Parking Review News

‘Deliver new A83 route in five years’

Argyll and Bute Council and local MSP Michael Russell have called on the Scottish Government to complete a replacement road for the landslip-prone A83 at the Rest and Be Thankful beauty spot by 2026 at the latest. Transport Scotland consulted on 11 corridor options for a new road last September... continue

20 Feb 2021Local Transport Today News
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Andrew Forster to stand down as LTT editor

PUBLISHER'S ANNOUNCEMENT Andrew Forster to stand down as LTT editor

We are sad to announce that after a remarkable 20 years’ tenure of the position, Andrew Forster has decided to stand down as editor of LTT at the end of April.  As directors of Landor LINKS (and its predecessors) since the launch of LTT over 30 years ago, we pay... continue

20 Feb 2021Local Transport Today News

Scots councils plan EV charging tariffs

More councils in central Scotland are preparing to introduce tariffs for electric vehicle drivers using public chargepoints. As well as reducing the authority’s own electricity costs, the councils hope charges will encourage the private sector to install more chargepoints.   North and... continue

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Summer date for Highlands MaaS

The Highlands and Islands Transport Partnership (Hitrans) plans to launch its Mobility as a Service pilot project in June. The 12-month trial will deliver a MaaS platform (website and app) with a range of functions including journey planning, booking and payment for public transport services.... continue

20 Feb 2021Local Transport Today News

ScotRail’s Covid subsidy revealed

The Scottish Government paid ScotRail £237.3m more subsidy between March and September last year than the corresponding period of the previous year because of Covid-19. Transport Scotland paid operator Abellio £475.1m during the Emergency Measures Agreement that operated from 1... continue

20 Feb 2021Local Transport Today News

Stantec to prepare SEStran’s RTS

The South East Scotland Transport Partnership (SEStran) has appointed consultant Stantec to prepare a new regional transport strategy. Three bids for the contract were received, ranging in price from £104,000 to £207,367.... continue

20 Feb 2021Local Transport Today News
Aberdeen prepares funding bid for rapid transit network

Aberdeen prepares funding bid for rapid transit network

Aberdeen city Council is to lead a bid to the Scottish Government for £150m-£200m to deliver a bus rapid transit network. The Aberdeen Rapid Transit (ART) project is being championed by the North East Bus... continue

19 Feb 2021Local Transport Today News

Falkirk reviews bus services budget

Falkirk Council may cut its supported bus services budget by £423,000 in 2021/22 as part of a wider plan to eliminate a funding gap.... continue

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