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Politics Lead Story
Three months before the victory of François Hollande as France’s new socialist President, his transport adviser during the campaign,... continue
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Cover Story Detail
A feature of France’s public transport system is that tram lines are much more common than in countries of a similar size and urban structure... continue
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Cover Story
Peter Stonham and Daniel Wright
Some features of the French public transport system are internationally known – and admired. But the policy, organisational and funding... continue
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Editorial Comment
We’ve thrown the spotlight on France for this issue. There is a great deal happening in the French passenger transport scene which is... continue
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Viewpoint
Lesley Brown, Editor, EURAILmag
­It is a truth more or less universally acknowledged, that a French city mayor seeking re-election must be in want of a tram. In France the tram... continue
Parking Review
Business News
The government has reduced the cost of prudential borrowing for councils that provide improved information on their capital spending plans. The... continue
Parking Review
Operational
Northampton is to lose its parking shop in order to deliver a more “cost-effective” and “efficient” service, the county... continue
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Rail News
Changes to the way Network Rail delivers infrastructure projects worth £2bn a year have come into force as part of the company’s reform... continue
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Business
Momentum has appeared to be building inexorably in the UK towards following the European example of devolving much greater responsibility for local... continue
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Viewpoint
Paul Salveson
­T­­he UK Government has issued its consultation paper on options for decentralising local and regional rail services within England.... continue
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Business
The Department for Transport’s  Command Paper aims to take forward proposals set out by last year’s McNulty review of the rail... continue
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Bus News
Aberdeen is set to become home to one of the largest hydrogen bus fleets in Europe. The city council has agreed to support a European Union project,... continue
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Reflections
At the beginning of February, Sir Roy McNulty was giving  a presentation at the European Community headquarters as part of a seminar to examine... continue
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Environment Lead Story
Continuing economic uncertainty and spending restraints have depressed the UK bus vehicle market, but the industry has had one bright spot from the... continue
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In brief
Transport Minister Norman Baker has announced £15m of new funding for sustainable travel projects designed to promote economic growth and cut... continue
Categories: Funding, Rail, DfT/SRA, England
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Viewpoint
Paul Salveson
­T­­he ‘rail product’ is only as strong as its weakest link, and that link is often the station. So it’s good to see... continue
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Rail News
Campaign groups, MSPs and councillors are calling for up to 12 new rail stations to be added to Transport Scotland’s proposals for the... continue
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Bus News
The Welsh government has announced cuts to the Bus Service Operators Grant which will be more severe than those in England. In April, BSOG will be... continue
Categories: Bus, Funding, Government, Wales
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Bus News
FirstGroup’s attempts to raise cash from selling bus operations are being hindered by the economic climate and uncertainty created by the... continue
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Bus News Lead Story
The Department for Transport has announced a new £50m Better Bus Areas fund to enable operators and local authorities to form effective... continue
Categories: Bus, Funding, DfT/SRA, All of UK
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