Dowey drives mobility hub agenda in Scotland

Dowey drives mobility hub agenda in Scotland

Architect Mark Dowey has been hired by transport charity Collaborative Mobility UK (CoMoUK) to support its advocacy work for mobility hubs in Scotland. As senior development officer for the built environment for Scotland, Dowey will be working towards the creation of mobility hubs, facilities that... continue

17 Sep 2021Parking Review News

Scottish traffic chief calls for funding as workload increases

The Scottish Traffic Commissioner, Claire Gilmore, says her office must be given the financial support it needs in order to cope with increased demands resulting from implementation of the Transport (Scotland) Act 2019.  The Scottish Government, unlike its Welsh counterpart, currently provides... continue

19 Sep 2021Local Transport Today News

East Lothian approves plan for new rail station

East Lothian Council has approved plans for a new station on the East Coast mainline in the village of East Linton. The two-platform station will be fully accessible with lifts and a footbridge connecting both platforms, and will have 126 car parking spaces.  Scottish transport minister Graeme... continue

19 Sep 2021Local Transport Today News

Publisher’s statement: Your LTT magazine

Welcome to the new incarnation of LTT magazine, returning to continue our 32 year mission of providing independent, authoritative and trusted news and analysis for the UK transport sector.  Although  now  digitally delivered, you will recognise the familiar shape, structure  and... continue

19 Sep 2021Local Transport Today News

Budget open access service planned for London to Edinburgh line

Deniz Huseyin

FirstGroup is preparing to launch a budget open access train service between London and Edinburgh on the East Coast Main Line next month. The move comes as regulators deny a claim, in the last issue of LTT, that their decisions are unfair to open access operators. The budget service, called Lumo,... continue

19 Sep 2021Local Transport Today News
Councils back rise in cost of PCNs, says BPA

Councils back rise in cost of PCNs, says BPA

A majority of UK local authorities agree on the need to review and raise parking penalty charges to make them a more effective deterrent, suggests research by the British... continue

18 Sep 2021Parking Review News
IPC warns drivers about fraudulent 'penalty fixers'

IPC warns drivers about fraudulent 'penalty fixers'

The private parking sector will be taking steps to counter fraudulent attempts to evade payment of parking charges, says the International Parking Community (IPC). The parking trade body says it is... continue

18 Sep 2021Parking Review News
18 Sep 2021Parking Review News
Living with uncertainty

Living with uncertainty

Few people can have been more delighted than me to see DfT publishing its Uncertainty... continue

18 Sep 2021Local Transport Today News
Searchlight set to take control of Flowbird

Searchlight set to take control of Flowbird

Flowbird, a provider of hardware, software and payment systems for the parking and transport sectors, looks set to have new owners. Funds advised by Searchlight Capital... continue

17 Sep 2021Parking Review News

Mark Moran

Mark Moran

Fresh thinking is in the air

Poor air quality and chronic traffic congestion in the UK’s urban centres have pushed traffic and parking management up the...

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Wade to manage Park Active

Wade to manage Park Active

Chris Wade has become business development manager for the Park Active initiative launched by the... continue

17 Sep 2021Parking Review News
17 Sep 2021Parking Review News

PayByPhone works with ParkBee

PayByPhone is working with ParkBee to offer cashless parking services in 17 locations primarily across Greater London. ParkBee aims to make use of under-utilised and off-street parking spaces in urban areas. When parking at a ParkBee location, drivers use the PayByPhone app in the usual way,... continue

17 Sep 2021Parking Review News
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Flexible SIM card tariff for parking providers

Flexible SIM card tariff for parking providers

A data calculation system that accurately calculates monthly SIM card data usage will enable parking operators and local authorities to ensure they only pay for the data they actually... continue

17 Sep 2021Parking Review Products & Services
The open road needs open parking

The open road needs open parking

Peter O’ Driscoll

Cashless parking has proliferated across the UK in the past decade and a half. It’s... continue

17 Sep 2021Parking Review Opinion
17 Sep 2021Parking Review Opinion
Transfer360 allows fleet operators to fast-track PCNs to liable drivers

Transfer360 allows fleet operators to fast-track PCNs to liable drivers

Vehicle keepers are liable for parking charge notices (PCNs), but in many cases the charges are sent to the vehicle fleet and leasing companies that own the vehicles rather than the drivers. As terms of lease and hire usually define the driver as the keeper, meaning they are... continue

17 Sep 2021Parking Review Products & Services
Protecting our green and pleasant land

Protecting our green and pleasant land

Dyl Kurpil

The nation fell back in love with its urban green spaces during the COVID pandemic. But, from discarded face... continue

17 Sep 2021Parking Review Features

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