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New Transit
Rail News
The local authority-led campaign to build the East West Rail project — a railway from Reading/Oxford to Milton Keynes and Bedford — has... continue
New Transit
Rail News
The Rail Safety and Standards Board and the Technology Strategy Board are to invest up to £4m in a new fund to accelerate business innovation... continue
New Transit
Light Rail News
Edinburgh’s first tram route will serve the city centre after pressure from the Scottish Government prompted councillors into an abrupt U-turn... continue
New Transit
Rail News
The rail industry has taken the first steps in its bid to persuade the government to fund new infrastructure projects by setting out an agenda to cut... continue
New Transit
Rail News
The Rail Safety and Standards Board and the Technology Strategy Board (a business-led body sponsored by the Department for Business Innovation and... continue
Categories: Funding, Rail, All of UK
Parking Review
Parking Policy
Cotswold District Council is planning to introduce parking charges on Sundays and off-peak times at all council-owned and managed car and lorry... continue
Parking Review
Developments
The expanded park & ride facility at Carrickfergus train station in East Antrim, Northern Ireland, has been opened. The £800,000 project... continue
Parking Review
Operational
Taunton Deane Borough Council is to review staff parking privileges, the use  of lease cars, car loans and pool cars as part of moves to reduce... continue
Parking Review
Parking Policy Lead Story
Mark Moran
Private Finance Initiative (PFI) funding for new public infrastructure, such as schools and hospitals, does not provide taxpayers with good value for... continue
Parking Review
Introduction
Deniz Huseyin
During his talk at the Enforcement Summit, Harrow council’s Fern Silverio mentioned that his authority takes a cut of bailiff fees. After the... continue
Parking Review
Feature
The August Issue of Parking Review ran a news story on the London Borough of Harrow’s policy of taking a cut of their bailiff partners’... continue
Parking Review
Feature
Many bailiff companies are desperately attempting to stay afloat as they await the arrival of the long anticipated simplified fee structure as... continue
Parking Review
Feature
Deniz Huseyin
Parking operations across Essex were on the brink of being outsourced earlier this year. With deficits rising, Essex County Council demanded drastic... continue
Parking Review
Articles
The warrant that sets out bailiff powers for executing unpaid parking fine warrants has been revised by the Traffic Enforcement Centre (TEC) in... continue
New Transit
Bus News
The Passenger Transport Executive Group has claimed that Britain’s six largest urban areas outside London will lose one in five of their bus... continue
New Transit
Rail News
Warrington Central is the 150th UK station to benefit from the National Stations Improvement Programme. Delivered by First TransPennine Express,... continue
New Transit
Bus News
August 12 Cheshire East Council plans to increase fares on some subsidised bus services in an effort to cut subsidy. “It is proposed that any... continue
New Transit
Bus News
Northamptonshire County Council has unveiled the structure of council-supported public transport services. Tendered services, community transport and... continue
New Transit
Bus News
The government has been accused of failing to monitor or understand the impact of last year’s comprehensive spending review on bus services by... continue
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