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Rail News Lead Story
James Dark
Network Rail has published a vision of the demand the long distance rail network will have to cater for over the next 30 years. The work forms the... continue
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Other Columnist
Stephen Morris
There have been a number of weird and wacky schemes to reform BSOG (Bus Service Operators’ Grant) in recent years. There are certain incentives... continue
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Letters to the Editor
Terry Walker, York
Helen Holland of CfIT advocated revising BSOG to provide bus service operators with an incentive for carrying additional passengers (Transit March... continue
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Bus News
Construction of a bus-based rapid transit scheme in Gosport has moved a step further with the news that the scheme had secured a £20m bid for... continue
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In brief
In the last edition of Transit we reported on allegations in the Evening Standard the Transport for London was encountering problems in meeting... continue
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Rail News
The Department for Transport has been forced to deny that it is planning to backtrack on the 1,300 new trains promised to the rail industry by 2014... continue
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Bus News
The government this week launched changes to the free concessionary bus travel scheme in England as bus passenger lobby group Bus Users UK called... continue
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Regular News
Bus users UK has rejected calls by the Commission for Integrated Transport for the government to reconsider reforming the Bus Service... continue
Parking Review
Safer Parking
Parking Review
Operational
Happy butcher David Lidgate is one of the beneficiaries of Kensington & Chelsea free parking scheme every Saturday in April. Visitors to the... continue
Parking Review
Operational
A decision by Guildford Borough Council to temporarily suspend parking tariffs as a way of passing on lowered VAT charges has been hailed a success.... continue
Parking Review
Park & Ride
A Berkshire council has agreed to pay the owners of vehicles damaged more than £500,000 in compensation after a park & ride site was... continue
Parking Review
People News
Jacobs Consultancy has appointed Ira Gupta to join its public private partnership (PPP) team to work on schemes in the highways, urban transit and... continue
Parking Review
Hospitals
Plans for a new 800-bed super-hospital to be built in Bristol will feature up to 2,700 parking spaces for staff and visitors. There will be two... continue
Parking Review
Parkex
Consulting and business services group Mouchel will have a strong presence at Traffex and Parkex this year as it takes a large stand in the centre of... continue
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Other Columnist
Helen Holland
The Commission for Integrated Transport very much agrees that the future of the bus subsidy hangs in the balance, as Ben Colson suggests (Transit... continue
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Regular News
James Dark
National Express Group has announced that it will be making further job cuts and cost reductions, paring back investment and cutting its... continue
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Letters to the Editor
Ray Wilkes
Ian Maude (Transit February 20) is certainly correct in his scepticism on the OAP free travel. My wife and I have just returned for a four day break... continue
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Bus News
Scottish bus operators have cautiously welcomed the news that the Scottish government has announced  a £4m funding package that will see... continue
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In brief
Strathclyde Partnership for Transport is to spend an extra £5m this year on developing park and ride projects in the west of Scotland. The... continue
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