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Rail News
Merseytravel is to renew its campaign to gain control over track and signalling on the Merseyrail Electrics network. Network Rail rejected a joint... continue
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Light Rail/Tram News Lead Story
By Meera Rambissoon
Metro has urged the Department for Transport to honour its commitment to replace the cancelled Leeds Supertram scheme with a bus-based rapid transit... continue
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Bus News
West Midlands PTE Centro-PTA has reacted with anger at the news that dominant local bus operator Travel West Midlands is planning to increase its... continue
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Letters to the Editor
Your lead article that PTEs face a loss of £45m from concessionary fares appeals (Transit November 24) is the wrong way round. Is not the... continue
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Letters to the Editor
After reading the the letter from Councillor Woods and his colleagues from the Tyne and Wear PTA in the last edition of Transit (November 24) I would... continue
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In Passing
The benefits of developing Liverpool South Parkway station into a transport hub, were many and clear in Merseytravel  Neil Scales’ talk at... continue
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Letters to the Editor
Those of us who remember know how PTEs will run buses As a bus dependent non driver and environmentalist I am dismayed, though not at all surprised,... continue
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People Lead Story
Nexus, the Tyne &?Wear PTE has appointed Mick Carbro as Metro director as it develops its strategy to win major capital investment for the Tyne... continue
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People
Merseytravel has appointed Nick Newton to its board as a non-executive director. He was formerly chief executive of the Strategic Rail Authority but... continue
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In brief
Stagecoach has been shortlisted to submit a final bid to operate the current Manchester Metrolink tram network on a 10-year concession by GMPTE. As... continue
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Bus News
England’s six Passenger Transport Authorities are to be strengthened as part of the government’s plans to reform the local government,... continue
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Letters to the Editor
I am sure that Roy Wicks must have been badly briefed on the background and reasons for the information I needed to issue to encourage an honest... continue
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News Extra
By Robert Jack
There is perhaps no-one in the bus industry that symbolises deregulation and what it meant for the bus industry better than Brian Souter. Together... continue
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Regular Feature
But ‘Ptegasauraus’ bites back.. While Brian Souter was branding the PTEs as dinosaurs and blaming them for the decline of buses in... continue
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Ben Colson
By Ben Colson
I visited Euro Bus Expo 2006 on Tuesday, and was one of the 3,500 visitors to the Birmingham NEC to arrive that morning. Was I impressed? Well, sort... continue
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Bus News
The government has been urged to protect PTAs from the threat of legal action by bus operators over moves to introduce Quality Contracts in their... continue
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Bus News
By Robert Jack
The Commons transport select committee has urged the Department for Transport to back trials of Quality Contracts in PTA areas “within the next... continue
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Bus News
The UK’s traffic commissioners should be given extra powers in order to guarantee the quality of bus services, the Commons transport committee... continue
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Bus News
By Robert Jack
Go North East managing director Peter Huntley has expressed his frustration with the lack of co-operation he is receiving from Nexus, the Tyne and... continue
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Bus News
PTEG has responded to the claim by Stagecoach chief executive Brian Souter at last month’s Transit conference on bus deregulation that PTEs had... continue
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