Children design their 'Dream Streets' in Brighton

Children design their 'Dream Streets' in Brighton

Children from Brighton & Hove have been designing their ‘dream streets’ to celebrate this year’s Car Free Day. Young people from Carlton Hill, Elm Grove and St Luke’s primary schools were asked to draw what their perfect street would look like and have them displayed as... continue

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Trees, trams and tricycles: no place left behind?

Trees, trams and tricycles: no place left behind?

The No Place Left Behind: the Commission into Community Prosperity and Placemaking has launched its new report at the House of Commons. Toby Lloyd, former Head of Policy at Shelter and... continue

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Williams-Shapps Plan is ‘no threat’ to TfW integration

Rhodri Clark

The creation of Great British Railways (GBR), as outlined in the Williams-Shapps Plan for Rail, will not deflect the Welsh Government’s ambition to integrate transport and provide a common branding, according to Transport for Wales chief executive James Price. The Williams-Shapps Plan said... continue

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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

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Swansea to repeat free bus travel after summer success

Swansea Council intends to provide free bus travel for everyone in the next two school holidays, following a surge in passenger numbers when free travel was provided on Fridays to Mondays throughout August. The authority used some of its £20m Covid-19 recovery funding to allow free travel on... continue

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Cardiff Council installs raised pavements at junctions

Rhodri Clark

Cardiff Council has installed raised footways across the entrances to side roads on Cowbridge Road East, a long residential and shopping street west of the city centre. Give Way markings for vehicle drivers have been moved back, to reinforce that pedestrians walking along Cowbridge Road East have... continue

18 Sep 2021Local Transport Today News

Welsh plan for cycleways and public transport in every village

Rhodri Clark

Every village in Wales will have a safe cycle route to the nearest town and hourly public transport, if an ambitious Welsh Government plan comes to fruition. Details of the “rural offer” are due to be revealed next year, in the delivery plan for the Llwybr Newydd transport strategy. LTT... continue

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Free e-bike loan scheme launched in Wales

Rhodri Clark

An electric bike pilot scheme is being rolled out in five locations across Wales – Rhyl, Swansea, Newtown (with links to Aberystwyth) and Barry – offering free loan of the bikes to residents. The scheme, which has received £1m funding from the Welsh Government, is being run by the... continue

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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

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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

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Promising start for 20mph pilots, says Welsh Government

The Welsh Government is encouraged by early results from the first three pilots of the future 20mph default speed limit in urban areas. Eight pilot areas have been chosen, representing a variety of built environments, to enable the government to gather evidence prior to rolling out 20mph as the... continue

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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

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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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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

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