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Parking Review
Awards
It was a case of ‘lights, cameras, action’ at the Cafe Royal for the launch of the British Parking Awards 2009. The awards, created and... continue
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Rail News
The annual Transit-sponsored Rail Stations conference will this year take place in London on November 27. Rail Stations 2008 will consider the... continue
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Rail News
The annual Transit-sponsored Rail Stations conference will this year take place in London on November 27. Rail Stations 2008 will consider the... continue
Parking Review
Yellow Lines
Mark Moran
Number 6 had been in The Village for longer than he cared to remember, if he could remember that is. Donning his piped blazer, pulling on his deck... continue
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Regular News
Young bus managers from across the country will gather at the Euro Bus Expo show at the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham later this year for... continue
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Rail News
With a general election due by June 2010 greater attention  is being paid to the emerging policies of the Conservative Party., than for many... continue
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Lead Story
By Robert Jack and James Dark
The impact of spiralling fuel prices is the talk of the passenger transport sector. The issue has been raised at industry events over the past month,... continue
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Regular News
Transit has teamed up with First Class Partnerships and Waterfront to organise a series of seminars, each of which is aimed at addressing a key issue... continue
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Regular News
Analysis of the world’s oil supplies by a leading energy forecaster has shown that severe fuel rationing is “inevitable” within the... continue
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Regular News
The UK’s ‘big five’ passenger transport groups will showcase the initiatives that they are deploying to reduce the environmental... continue
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Regular News
A special conference in October will consider the impact of England’s concessionary travel scheme six months after its introduction. The issue... continue
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Rail News
Network rail is quoting £4,000 as the cost of a new rail station clock. Helen Beaumont, Transport for London’s principal transport... continue
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Regular News
Next month will see passenger transport professionals gather in London for the second annual Customer Service Excellence in Public Transport event.... continue
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Regular News
STAGECOACH CHIEF executive Brian Souter says that future technological developments could allow buses to operate without drivers, and he is keen for... continue
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Regular Feature
By Andrew Garnett
The third annual conference of bus rapid transit interest group BRT?UK, held in Cambridge last week, saw a focus on delivery and a clear emphasis by... continue
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Business Comment
The past year has seen a revolution in how Bus Rapid Transit is perceived. This was quite rightly picked up on by Bob Tebb, BRT?UK’s chairman,... continue
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Interview
By Robert Jack
The passenger transport industry is well aware of the high quality customer service provided by bus company Brighton & Hove under the leadership... continue
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Lead Story
By Robert Jack
Britain’s bus industry could be about to enter a new area of high growth, according to Stagecoach chief executive Brian Souter. Addressing an... continue
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Rail News
By Meera Rambissoon
The rail industry should not fall into the trap of thinking that “everything green is good” but should prioritise issues such as... continue
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Bus News
By Meera Rambissoon
Passenger focus chief executive Anthony Smith has highlighted a “chronic lack of benchmarking” in the bus industry. To fill the void the... continue
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