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Yellow Lines
A parcel of land at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), which was sold for $125m, is to become a car park. AMB Property Corporation sold the... continue
New Transit
Rail News
Transport for London has agreed a £1bn loan with the European Investment Bank (EIB) to finance part of their contribution to the Crossrail... continue
Parking Review
Yellow Lines
The worldwide economic meltdown is now starting to affect the public as well as the  sectors on both sides of the Atlantic. Faced with a growing... continue
New Transit
Viewpoint
Theresa Villiers
There are few things as closely tied to the quality of life in this country as our ability to move around. As soon any one of us leaves their front... continue
New Transit
Feature
The day after National Express Group announced its intention to hand back the keys to its East Coast franchise, transport secretary Lord Adonis was... continue
New Transit
Cover Story Detail
Sure bets or big gambles? We’ve selected 10 public transport projects, in the bus, rail and light rail sectors, and have assessed their... continue
New Transit
Cover Story
James Dark
The government is placing its bets on public transport. In the midst of the worst economic crisis for a generation, ministers appear to have decided... continue
New Transit
Letters
ROBERT Jack (New Transit Issue 2) hits the nail on the head when he says “there is a schizophrenia amongst politicians and the industry itself... continue
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Interview Detail
The last occupant of City Hall made much of the work he and his team had done to improve London’s bus network and the increases in ridership... continue
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Light Rail News
Nexus today welcomed the government's final confirmation of £13.4m funding, which will see 225 ticket machines replaced on the Tyne and Wear... continue
New Transit
World
Railtrack, Metronet, East Coast. Why is UK?public transport never short of a crisis? That was the question that New Transit asked in our last issue.... continue
New Transit
Environment
Greater Manchester Integrated Transport Authority is spearheading a bid to make the region one of the country’s first ‘sustainable travel... continue
New Transit
Cover Story Detail
In the UK, cities are playing catch up with continental rivals in introducing tram systems. Nowhere is this more apparent than in comparison with... continue
Parking Review
Car clubs
Streetcar, the pay-as-you-go Car club operator, is working on a number of initiatives in London. Streetcar is now paying the congestion charge for... continue
Parking Review
Car clubs
Car clubs offer a new way to retain the flexibility of driving a private vehicle without the problems and costs associated with car ownership such as... continue
Parking Review
Business News
Parking charges are an appropriate and useful mechanism for helping manage car parking at hospitals, the British Parking Association has... continue
Parking Review
Park & Ride
A proposed 1,000-space park & ride in Leicester will now go ahead after a £2m funding gap was filled. The £5.48m scheme at Birstall... continue
Parking Review
Yellow Lines
Car parking operator VINCI Park UK actually encourages graffiti at its West India Quay car park. The company teamed up with east London based charity... continue
Parking Review
Yellow Lines
Around 1,000 women went on a ‘midnight walk’ in Liverpool to raise money for a cancer charity — with the help of Q-Park. The... continue
New Transit
Light Rail News
Extensions to Nottingham's light rail system have moved a step closer thanks to £530m of government funding transport minister Sadiq Khan... continue
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