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Interview
James Dark
For years, stations have had a reputation as the Cinderellas of the rail network, most recently because they have been perceived as having a low... continue
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Bus News
Consultancy TAS Partnership has quantified the impact of cuts in government spending on bus services outlined in the Comprehensive Spending Review.... continue
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Rail News Lead Story
Sir Roy McNulty's review of the rail industry has suggested that significant cost savings could be made around the network through more effective... continue
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Bus News
Reading Transport this week launched its first Alexander Dennis Enviro 400H hybrid buses and revealed new branding for its Premier Route... continue
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In brief
The Welsh Assembly Government has confirmed that it has signed a new four-year contract with Isle of Man-based Manx2 and partner carrier FLM Aviation... continue
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In brief
Kent’s big transport priorities and significant new funding opportunities to pay for them were revealed this week in Growth without Gridlock,... continue
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Rail News
The delivery of the Crossrail project has moved forward with the news that the procurement process to purchase new trains for the route has got under... continue
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Bus News
Fifty new low carbon vehicles will soon join Scotland's bus fleet thanks to £4.4m grant funding awarded this week to six bus operators... continue
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News Lead Story
The secretary of state for transport has announced plans for a major investment in Britain's railways. Philip Hammond has confirmed the full... continue
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Rail News
Transport minister Philip Hammond is this week expected to approve plans for the replacement of Britain's High Speed Train fleet. The move will see... continue
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Viewpoint
George Osborne came of age on October 20. Whatever one may think about the rights and wrongs of the spending review, I could not but help admire his... continue
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Viewpoint
Dr. Paul Salveson
The Big Society has become one of the cornerstones of the coalition government’s policies. It was at the heart of the Conservative... continue
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Market
The introduction of England’s free concessionary fares scheme has led to a significant increase in bus use. However, research undertaken by ITS... continue
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Market Lead Story
Operators, consultants and local authorities have painted an apocalyptic vision of the impact on bus networks from forthcoming changes to the English... continue
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Cover Story Detail
1. Regenerative braking. It was a significant breakthrough in 2008 when, working closely with Network Rail and train builder Bombardier, Southern... continue
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Bus News
EU funding has enabled Transport for London to make provision for three more hydrogen buses that will enable an entire bus route in London to use... continue
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Bus News
The Department for Transport has announced the winners for the second round of the Green Bus Fund. The scheme aims to encourage and help bus... continue
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Reflections
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It is hard to know what to make of the government’s forthcoming reforms to concessionary fares policy, except that they are unlikely to end... continue
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Editorial Comment
Robert Jack
Breath was being held in the passenger transport world - as in many others - on October 20 when chancellor George Osborne announced his Comprehensive... continue
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