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Local Transport Today
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Technology problems are preventing the four West of England authorities (Bristol, South Gloucestershire, North Somerset and Bath & North East... continue
Local Transport Today
Regular news
Oxford’s bus operators have criticised pteg’s report on the city’s SmartZone interoperable smartcard ticket, saying the conclusions... continue
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The North East Combined Authority (NECA) is reviewing how Nexus, the Tyne and Wear Passenger Transport Executive, is governed. The PTE, established... continue
Local Transport Today
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Transport for London has appointed Arriva to operate the capital’s first all-electric bus route, the 312 service between South Croydon and... continue
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Bus operators in Aberdeen have announced how they will deploy a fleet of ten hydrogen buses, procured for the £19m Aberdeen City Council-led... continue
Local Transport Today
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Glasgow City Council is calling on the Scottish Government to simplify procedures for implementing bus Quality Contracts. Glasgow is a member of the... continue
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Andrew Forster
South-east Scotland’s regional transport partnership, SEStran, has solved a problem that could have undermined the region’s new real-time... continue
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The City of Edinburgh Council has appointed consultant KPMG to conduct a report into the boardroom unrest at Lothian Buses, the Scottish... continue
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National Express Group has reported a slight fall in revenues in 2014 from £1.89bn (2013) to £1.87bn, but a slight rise in operating... continue
Local Transport Today
Secondary stories
Andrew Forster
A trial cycle safety scheme at the City of London’s only roundabout has been altered after the initial measures were blamed for a big increase... continue
Local Transport Today
In brief
Public transport operators in South Yorkshire have agreed to fund the printing of paper timetables for some of their services following the... continue
Local Transport Today
Media monitor
An interview with shadow transport secretary Michael Dugher in the New Statesman magazine generated some interest in other media outlets primarily... continue
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Rik Thomas
The West Yorkshire region has been looking hard at the introduction of smartcard public transport ticketing for some 10-15 years, John Henkel, acting... continue
Local Transport Today
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THE BUS industry’s efforts to head-off the threat of bus franchising by offering inter-operable ‘smart’ tickets have been given... continue
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Councillors in Glasgow have approved a plan to give pedestrians and cyclists greater priority in the city centre.  The proposals will see a... continue
Local Transport Today
In brief
Aberdeen City Council is to commission a study into rapid transit systems for the city. The context for the cross-city connections study is the... continue
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Britain’s biggest cities are asking political parties to simplify the introduction of bus franchising. The call comes in a devolution manifesto... continue
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