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Reflections
There was a somewhat gloomy atmosphere in Birmingham last month when transport professionals gathered to discuss responses to the recession. Huge... continue
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Technology News
The Welsh Assembly Government has announced an investment of £250,000 in the development of the Traveline Cymru public transport information... continue
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News Lead Story
Stagecoach confirmed today that it now has in place a joint venture agreement with Bland Group and a combined £14m funding package as it moves... continue
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Rail News
Transport secretary Lord Adonis has launched a new £50m fund for improvements to ten key stations in England as he warmly welcomed the... continue
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Rail News
Cancelling the Crossrail project next summer would cost the public purse over £1bn it has been revealed. Liberal Democrat shadow transport... continue
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Parking Policy
The Conservative Party has voiced its opposition to the proposed workplace parking levy (WPL) in Nottingham. Shadow transport secretary Theresa... continue
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Hospitals
Nurses and hospital staff could face higher parking charges if the government plans to abolish fees in England for in-patients and their visitors are... continue
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Parking Policy
A member of the Scottish Parliament has failed in his attempt to scrap car park charges at a private finance initiative (PFI) hospital in... continue
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Hospitals
NHS trusts and car park operators must take urgent action to challenge government proposals to scrap tariffs for in-patients in England. This was at... continue
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Hospitals
The issue of whether or not parking at hospitals should be free or not has become a hot debate in recent months. Scottish and Welsh NHS hospitals are... continue
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Rail News
Business organisation London First has today unveiled research which shows the benefits - to passengers and to the economy - of maintaining... continue
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Operational
Haringey Council has launched 12 free electric vehicle-charging points at four of its car parks in the north London borough. Haringey residents with... continue
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Bus News
“Bus stops with no buses serving them are what you are going to get when you have a bus industry structure that allows private sector operators... continue
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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
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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
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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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