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Local Transport Today
Lead Story
Transport minister Sadiq Khan this week moved to reassure the transport planning community that the Government is committed to encouraging people to... continue
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Regular news
Councillors in Reading have agreed to scrap a policy that has seen some senior officers claiming a car allowance of £2.10 a mile. Essential car... continue
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In brief
The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea is planning to double the number of on-street parking bays available for car clubs to 200. Car club... continue
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Ali Clabburn, Liftshare
Why do we make the travel choices we do? Perhaps we each perceive that the choice we make provides us with the best balance of convenience, travel... continue
Local Transport Today
Feature
Giles Semper and Sophie Tyler
As consultants working principally in urban regeneration, we’ve tested economic confidence in more than 20 UK town centres in the last six... continue
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Articles
Cat Ainsworth and Emilie van de Graaff
Worcester’s Sustainable Travel Town project, branded ‘Choose how you move’, aimed to tackle local traffic congestion and reduce car... continue
Local Transport Today
Articles
Ben Plowden, Director of Integrated Programme Delivery, Transport for London
London’s two pilot Smarter Travel Towns, cousins of the DfT’s three Sustainable Travel demonstration towns, are leading the way in... continue
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Regular feature
Rik Thomas
The private company is, by definition, a body that exists to make money. ‘Sustainable’ transport, meanwhile, is widely perceived as... continue
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Media monitor
Britain's first electric car hire scheme was launched in London today. Run by Streetcar, the UK's largest pay-as-... continue
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Regular news
Three-quarters of AA/Populus panel members would never consider stopping and offering a hitchhiker a lift, according to a new poll of almost 15,000... continue
Local Transport Today
Regular news
The number of car club members in the UK doubled between December 2007 and December 2008, rising from 32,000 to 64,000, according to research... continue
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Viewpoint
Mike Katz, director, Waterfront Public Affairs
Westminster Council’s announcement earlier this week that it was launching its own car club is the latest in a number of innovations coming out... continue
Local Transport Today
Media monitor
Car club surge 'helps clean up city air and cut traffic jams' The operator of an Edi... continue
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Media monitor
Westminster Council awards US market entrant Zipcar an exclusive contract to operate its pay-by-the-hour car rental service. &ldquo... continue
Local Transport Today
Regular news
Pay-as-you-go car club Streetcar has launched a new service offering members the option of one-way trips, in addition to the existing option of... continue
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Regular news
Meera Rambissoon
Car club members in the UK play a key role in reducing congestion, parking problems and carbon emissions according to a report published by the... continue
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Regular news
Plans are being drawn up for a trial of a high occupancy vehicle lane and a ‘large vehicle lane’  in Aberdeen. The proposals could... continue
Local Transport Today
Sub story to feature
Across London, the rapid expansion of car clubs has been brought about using a mixture of single operator and multi-operator approaches by different... continue
Local Transport Today
Regular feature
When LTT last took a good look at the car club sector in the UK, back in June 2007, the car club operators we spoke to were bullish about the... continue
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In brief
Portsmouth has become the latest city to host a car club following a deal between the city council, developer Crest Nicholson and car club operator... continue
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