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New Transit
The Product
Andrew Garnett
It has been some months now since ‘Station Champions’ Sir Peter Hall and Chris Green delivered their verdict on the UK’s rail... continue
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Cover Story
The arrival of French transport groups, Keolis, Veolia and Transdev, in the UK over the past decade has brought with it its fair share of legendary... continue
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Progress Report
Andrew Hamer, Intalink’s project manager
I was interested to read the last edition of New Transit (February) in which the cover story questioned the levels of communication between local... continue
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Interview Detail
SNCF’s multi-modal station concept is illustrated by the renovation of Dijon station which had been rebuilt as a model of integrated transport.... continue
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Interview
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The Big Question
John Carr, Director, Elan Public Transport Consultancy
British passengers in France often admire near seamless integration. Ticketing (often smart) is highly flexible with little cash payment on vehicle.... continue
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Viewpoint
Lord Clive Soley
Lord Soley argues that an expanded Heathrow, plugged into the national rail network, is vital for our economy The countries of the European Union... continue
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Rail News
Elderly and disabled people with mobility problems, parents with young children and passengers with heavy luggage will find it much easier to get... continue
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Business Lead Story
Andrew Garnett
it was perhaps expected that Stagecoach would react somewhat angrily to the news last month that the Competition Commission was forcing the... continue
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Rail News
A new guide that aims to help rail travellers get the most out of their journey has been launched by First ScotRail. The ScotRail Connections guide... continue
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Rail News
New rail timetables introduced in December last year show that the services which cover the East of Scotland, from Edinburgh, through Fife and Dundee... continue
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Heroes & Villains - Hero
The role of flying the flag for genuinely innovative thinking and new practice in British public transport has not had that many takers over the... continue
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Future
Andrew Garnett
The progress of smart ticketing schemes in the United Kingdom, outside of London’s Oyster card scheme of course, has been slow the say the... continue
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Viewpoint
Kerry Bangle
There’s no doubt that access to airports is an emotive topic, provoking myriad opinions, many of which are in conflict. If you’re... continue
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Editorial Comment
Robert Jack
It’s our fourth issue and we’re really taking off! Welcome to ‘the aviation issue’. This month we look up to the skies and... continue
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Reflections
It’s a fact that the UK transport industry should be proud of. We are the only country in the world to have an integrated transport ticket that... continue
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Rail News
Meera Rambissoon
South West Trains is to extend the UK rail network’s first green cycle hire initiative following a successful pilot scheme. Earlier this year,... continue
Transit
Letters to the Editor
Keith Moffatt
Your article (Transit May 1) advocated reform of the remaining local authority-owned bus companies, but I felt the focus was too narrow. I believe... continue
Transit
In brief
The PlusBus integrated bus and rail ticket scheme has been expanded further with five more rail-served towns have joining the scheme. Three existing... continue
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In brief
Transport Secretary Geoff Hoon has urged bus and rail operators to work harder to integrate their services and create seamless journeys. Speaking at... continue
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