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New Transit
The Big Question
Norman Baker, Liberal Democrat Shadow Secretary of State for Transport
Trams are quiet, environmentally friendly, and efficient. Unfortunately, they are all too scarce. While there are towns of 50,000 people with tram... continue
New Transit
The Big Question
Neil Renilson, Former Chief Executive of Transport Edinburgh
Edinburgh’s presently under construction 11-mile tram line is currently projected to cost £562m (£545m build cost, plus £17m... continue
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The Big Question
Scott Mcintosh, Technical Director, Light Rail and Trams, Mott MacDonald
Simple answer - ‘Money’. With money Liverpool could recommence, Manchester do the Big Bang and Nottingham build two new lines. The long... continue
Parking Review
Enforcement News
More than two-thirds of penalty charge notices issued in Brighton were for ‘top level’ offences, according to Brighton & Hove... continue
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Rail News
London mayor Boris Johnson has approved Columbus Tower, a significant planning application in Tower Hamlets, despite local objections to the... continue
Parking Review
Parking Policy
The Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead is to advertise parking season tickets online via eBay. Local motorists will be able to bid for... continue
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Rail News
Investment in the rail network around central Manchester is crucial to unlocking the economic potential of the north of England for generations to... continue
Parking Review
Articles
Since the start of this recession, I’ve lost count of the number of times people have told me: “You must be doing well in the current... continue
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Cover Story
James Dark
As a proportion of the passenger transport sector, aviation is relatively small. Of the 7.7 billion journeys made by passenger transport in the UK in... continue
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End of the line
Not everyone shares SFA’s love of trams. A video posted on YouTube entitled ‘Edinburgh trams fiasco’ has been doing the rounds in... continue
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Projects
Transport for London has confirmed that it has agreed a £1bn loan from the European Investment Bank that will be used to finance its part... continue
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Projects Lead Story
Andrew Garnett
The much anticipated Glasgow Airport Rail Link has become a victim of spending cuts with the Scottish Government taking the axe to the £100m... continue
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Environment
Andrew Garnett
The government’s announcement of a £30m scheme to subsidise the purchase of around 700 new low carbon buses, plus changes to the Bus... continue
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Politics Lead Story
Robert Jack
Lord Adonis was preaching to the converted when he extolled the virtues of high speed rail to a railway audience at September’s HSR Summit in... continue
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Reflections
Are we witnessing a concerted lobbying attempt by a united bus industry? It would appear so with the launch of the Greener Journeys, a campaign that... continue
Categories: Bus, Funding, Other, All of UK
New Transit
Reflections
PTEG and the All-Party Parliamentary Light Rail Group announced a select committee-style inquiry into the prospects for modern trams in the UK and... continue
Parking Review
Articles
Schemes promoting road safety, cycling and bus priority projects across England are under threat amid fears that the government is preparing to slash... continue
Parking Review
Articles
Wiltshire County Council has switched off road safety cameras in Swindon as part of a re-think on how best to combat road accidents. The five cameras... continue
Parking Review
Articles
Motoring taxes have been handled so ineptly that drivers no longer trust what ministers say the charges pay for, says a House of Commons transport... continue
Parking Review
Partnership Working
As consultants working principally in urban regeneration, we’ve tested economic confidence in more than 20 UK town centres in the last six... continue
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