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Cover Story Detail
High Speed Rail Would give the go ahead for a new high speed rail line linking London, Birmingham, Manchester and Leeds. This would later be extended... continue
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Cover Story Detail
High Speed Rail A 250mph network from London to Birmingham with a western branch to Manchester and an eastern branch to Sheffield and Leeds.... continue
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Viewpoint
Gavin Devine
For most of the last two years there has been absolute confidence that the Tories would win the general election, and that Theresa Villiers would be... continue
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Viewpoint
Doctor Paul salveson
Britain has a network of over 60 community rail partnerships, each bringing together train operators and Network Rail with local authorities and... continue
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Heroes & Villains - Villain
So many transport secretaries have achieved very little during their time in office, so why single out Alistair Darling? One reason it that he made... continue
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Feature
David Leeder
For years politicians have exploited the fact that, for most of us, pensions policy – like American Football - manages to be both complex and... continue
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In brief
The government has granted final funding approval of £120.9m for two further extensions to Manchester’s Metrolink tram system. The move... continue
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In brief
The Department for Transport last month announced £81m in funding towards the £127m cost of extending the Midland Metro light rail system... continue
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Projects
Costs for London mayor Boris Johnson’s New Bus for London project have risen to over £10m according to figures contained within a recent... continue
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Projects Lead Story
Train travel at speeds of 225mph between London, Birmingham, Manchester and Leeds could become the norm if the government’s plans published... continue
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Cover Story Detail
Transport is an area which is traditionally seen as a bit part player in elections, and that is unlikely to change this time. A recent survey of 141... continue
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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
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