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Bus News
Traffic signal priority systems installed to benefit bus and tram schedules have achieved proven average travel time reductions of 15% in cities... continue
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Editorial Comment
Peter Stonham
FirstGroup’s announcement that it will skip a technology and introduce contactless bankcard payment across its English bus fleet from next... continue
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Bus News
Derby City Council’s decision to scrap two bus lanes in the city is being opposed by a campaign launched by bus company Trent Barton. The... continue
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Feature Detail
Local authorities as much as operators will need to make a cultural revolution if new ticketing and information technology is to be used to best... continue
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Products & Services
Travelling across Tees Valley is being made simpler with an improved web portal, launched by local transport minister Norman Baker in October. Baker... continue
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BRT Report
Dr. Bob Tebb
Recently I was delighted to be invited by the Thames Valley Branch of the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport to read a paper to them on... continue
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Cover Story Detail
When Labour came to power in 1997 it was John Prescott who was handed the transport brief. Prescott was enthusiastically pro-public transport but... continue
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News Lead Story
Andrew Garnett
Transport secretary Philip Hammond has announced funding for 16 transport schemes in the wake of last week's Spending Review. However, the DfT has... continue
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In brief
London mayor Boris Johnson has welcomed vital investment to improve London's transport network and safeguard the capital's future announced in the... continue
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Progress Report
It was in May 2006 that FirstGroup first launched its Ftr trambus concept into full passenger service in York, and with the fifth anniversary of the... continue
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Letters
Chris Cheek, Director, The TAS Partnership, Preston
It’s always rather amusing to read an article which argues with a case you have made, only to find that the person is arguing with something he... continue
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End of the line
One of the tales that has made Ryanair’s Michael O’Leary infamous is his purchase of a Dublin taxi licence so he can drive in the... continue
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Projects
The Department for Transport has awarded Programme Entry status to the Manchester cross-city bus package and provisionally agreed a funding... continue
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BRT Report
Andrew Garnett
BRTuk’s recent annual conference in Cardiff was another opportunity to review progress for the mode For some years now the annual conference of... continue
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Projects
Transport minister Sadiq Khan has announced a £62m upgrade to bus services in the Tees Valley. The funding will improve services on a number of... continue
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Bus News
Meera Rambissoon
Transport minister Sadiq Khan has announced that Tees Valley is to benefit from a £62m upgrade to help improve its local bus network. The... continue
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BRT Report
Recently I was in Gothenburg for a transport conference. I had been there 16 years ago (in connection with the then looming rail privatisation), but... continue
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Bus News
The government's financial exposure to the rail industry could worsen amid predictions that a shortfall in fare sales could cost taxpayers up to... continue
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Media Monitor
Keighley’s bus company is tackling congestion problems - by introducing another vehicle. Transdev Keighley and District has a... continue
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Bus News
A bill is to be presented to Westminster calling for the law to be toughened on school bus safety. Gordon's Lib Dem MP Mal... continue
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