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Rail News
The percentage of people who commute to work in England and Wales by car or van fell between 2001 and 2011, according to Census data published by the... continue
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Viewpoint
Martyn Briggs
The European market for Carsharing services -traditionally referred to as car clubs in the UK - continues to grow at an unprecedented rate. Between... continue
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Technology News
IIn the last issue we reported a significant transaction involving a car hire business moving across into urban mobility, with the acquisition of the... continue
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Rail News
It’s 50 years since the publication in 1963 of two pivotal reports on British transport: The Reshaping of British Railways by Dr Richard... continue
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Technology News
Audi drivers can now access information from their cars about current train connections from anywhere in Germany, and soon anywhere in Europe, under... continue
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Technology News
Ford, Renault-Nissan and Daimler have agreed to jointly develop a fuel cell system in a bid to bring forward mass-market zero-emission vehicles. The... continue
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Feature
The news that Avis have bought Zipcar, and that car2go (run by Daimler, Mercedes’s parent company) have begun building up carshare operations... continue
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Feature
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Feature
Karna Gupta
When I was invited to speak at this year’s Travel 2020 event, I was aware that the passenger transport industry views my world of... continue
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Technology News
Already established in US cities including Indianapolis, Los Angeles and Washington, Streetline has announced its imminent first European deployment... continue
Categories: Car, Technology, Other, England
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Viewpoint
Fiona McLean
W hat makes a great city – or more to the point, a great city to live and work in, enjoy, travel around easily and feel good about being in.... continue
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The Big Question
Kenneth Lin
There’s a generational shift in attitudes and behaviour going on, the implications of which could be profound if the industry grasps the... continue
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Environment Lead Story
With dense populations and small footprints, urban areas offer one of the most fertile grounds for promoting sustainable transport, yet transport... continue
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Cover Story Detail
Daniel Wright
There was considerable media coverage earlier this year when the UK’s Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders published its 2012 New Car CO2... continue
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Viewpoint
Peter Harrop
By 2021, the world’s automotive industry will be producing some eight million hybrid electric cars a year, according to industry expert Dr... continue
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Projects Lead Story
It is something significant when the top man at Ford Motor Company outlines a “Blueprint for Mobility”, that calls for the automotive,... continue
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Editorial Comment
Peter Stonham
We’ve commented before in New Transit about the ways in which the transport modes are coming together, with public transport increasingly seen... continue
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Bus News
The Go-Ahead Group and Williams Hybrid Power (WHP), a subsidiary of Williams Grand Prix Engineering, have signed a ground-breaking agreement to... continue
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Reflections
Across the world, major cycle hire schemes are becoming an increasingly prevalent part of the urban transport mix, with cities such as London, Paris... continue
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Inside View
Natalie Leclerc
Around  40% of Europeans  choose not to travel using shared or collective transport if the journey involves a connection. And, in Europe,... continue
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