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New Transit
News Lead Story
March has seen a steady stream of voter-friendly funding announcements for public transport projects ahead of the coming general election. The... continue
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Editorial Comment
Robert Jack
It’s hard to recall a time when it was so difficult to predict the future direction of the public transport sector. There are so many things... continue
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Bus News
Transport minister Sadiq Khan has confirmed an £89m funding package that will allow construction of the long planned Luton to Dunstable guided... continue
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Light Rail News
Construction work on new Metrolink extensions in Tameside and South Manchester has been given the green light by the Department for... continue
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Light Rail News
Construction work on the new East Manchester Metrolink line is progressing well, with the first sets of tracks being laid on Ashton New... continue
Parking Review
Parking Policy
Cumbria County Council has dropped proposals to introduce street parking charges in favour of repairing flood damaged footbridges. The 2010-11 budget... continue
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Light Rail News Lead Story
Chris Bolt, the Arbiter for the London Underground PPP agreements, has published his final directions and guidance on Tube Lines’ costs for... continue
Parking Review
Enforcement News
Patrick McDonnell
The Metropolitan Police could have a £1.3m hole in its budget after an initiative to crackdown on uninsured vehicles in the capital failed to... continue
Parking Review
Business News
Phone parking payment systems provider Parkmobile has attracted investment from Fontinalis Partners. The Michigan-based strategic investment firm has... continue
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Rail News
The Office of Rail Regulation has rejected an application by Arriva Trains Wales to introduce a direct rail service between Aberystwyth and London... continue
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Cover Story
The arrival of French transport groups, Keolis, Veolia and Transdev, in the UK over the past decade has brought with it its fair share of legendary... continue
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Editorial Comment
Robert Jack
At London’s Victoria Station this week I had the pleasure of meeting Russell Allen, the deputy station manager for Southern Railway. As he... continue
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Heroes & Villains - Villain
While the Versement Transport demonstrates the pro-public transport approach of the French government, NATA, the Department for Transport’s... continue
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Heroes & Villains - Hero
Investing in public transport is vital for local economies, but this is something that we have failed to recognise in the UK. If our city regions... continue
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The Big Question
John Maryon, Former Assistant Editor of Le Rail
After wholesale surrender to the car in the sixties, the French finally woke up and began work on the holistic principle: they attacked from all... continue
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Cover Story Detail
French towns and cities are responsible for funding public transport from local taxes and fares revenue, with minimal state contribution. Funding for... continue
Parking Review
Car park design
Providing well-lit car park is an essential element of making the public feel safe and secure. But providing high levels of lighting could be deemed... continue
Parking Review
Crime
The number of crimes solved by the Metropolitan Police using CCTV has fallen dramatically over the past five years. The proportion of all crimes... continue
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Rail News
A £530m investment package to transform rail travel in the north of England through better stations and quicker, more frequent services was... continue
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People
It has been confirmed that the chairman of Scotland's largest transport partnership has resigned citing health problems. Alistair Watson will... continue
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