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Local Transport Today
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If one were asked to outline the major trends in travel throughout the latter half of the 20th Century and early part of the 21st, the shorthand... continue
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"Managing a modern-day fleet encompasses company travel requirements, too, as corporations contemplate the impact of the three million company... continue
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Transport Scotland is to make more use of video and telephone conferencing and may even encourage staff to move closer to the organisation's central... continue
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Transport secretary Ruth Kelly has opened the UK's first motorway high occupancy vehicle lane near Bradford. The 1.7km lane has been constructed on... continue
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London mayor Ken Livingstone has pledged to work with boroughs to ensure that all residential streets have 20mph limits if he is re-elected on 1... continue
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Motorway service areas in England could become locations for park-and-ride, coach interchange, and park-and-share facilities under a new policy... continue
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The DfT is to launch a web-based discussion forum about 'Smarter choice' measures for reducing single occupancy car use, transport minister Jim... continue
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The opening of the UK's first motorway car-sharing lane was deemed sufficiently important by The Sun to produce an opinion piece by the paper's... continue
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Scottish transport minister Stewart Stevenson this week invited Scottish local authorities to bid for a share of a £15m three-year 'sustainable... continue
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A new website outlining the benefits of car clubs has been launched by charity Carplus and Transport for London. The site, aimed at the general... continue
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Leon Mannings
Afully automated vehicle occupancy counting system, initially developed and trialled in conjunction with the DfT and Leeds City Council for HOV lane... continue
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The Government looks set to drop plans for a high occupancy vehicle lane on the M1 between junctions 7 and 10 between Luton and St Albans because of... continue
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Robert Mansfield
Transport policy has to address the longer term issues and answer two simple questions: 1. Are the present travel demand trends sustainable, taking... continue
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Merseytravel chief executive Neil Scales has been elected the first chair of the newly merged ACT-Travelwise Association that aims to promote... continue
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By Jenny Jones, Green Party
The promotion of walking and cycling are the main reasons why I have made a feasibility study into 20mph being the default limit for London a... continue
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A new sign has been launched to promote car clubs across the country. The sign, designed by PR agency Provokateur, was commissioned by Transport for... continue
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In brief
A study is being conducted of teleworking and employee travel planning in the capital. The research was announced last week at the launch of Work... continue
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Birmingham's first designated car share (or high occupancy vehicle) lane will open next month (19 November) in a 12-month trial. The lane will be... continue
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Progress of plans
Work has started on providing a high occupancy vehicle (HOV) lane between the southbound M606, near Bradford, and the eastbound M62, towards Leeds.... continue
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Viewpoint
By Ali Clabburn
Three weeks ago I returned from a five-day visit to the beautiful city of Seattle. I had been invited to speak at the Association of Commuter... continue
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