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Welsh local government is bracing itself for a significant upheaval in the way that transport is planned and delivered in the country. The Draft... continue
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The Government's school transport Bill, which will enable up to 20 local education authorities (LEAs) to establish pilot school transport schemes,... continue
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The committee of MPs set up to scrutinise the Crossrail Bill this week warned that rail capacity problems in East London could threaten efforts by... continue
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The DfT has published guidance explaining the roles that PTEs in England can play in rail franchising. The Railways Act 2005 removed PTEs' automatic... continue
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An elected regional assembly for the North East of England should be given powers similar to that of Transport for London or the Welsh Assembly,... continue
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A transport Bill is one of the 12 pieces of draft legislation set to be presented to the Scottish Parliament in the 2004/05 session.The Bill will... continue
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The DfT has published new draft guidance on how it plans to assess whether local authorities are managing their road networks properly. Consultation... continue
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Opponents of the Government's air transport policies are calling for a "fundamental review" of the 2003 air transport White Paper. The... continue
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The European Commission has published a mid-term review of its transport White Paper (LTT 1 Jun). The Commission proposes a Green Paper on urban... continue
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On 15 June The Scotsman reported that the Scottish Parliament's MSPs had voted 114-1 to give the go-ahead for the Borders rail link (LTT 15 Jun).... continue
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London mayor Ken Livingstone has launched a 'Campaign for Crossrail' along with business leaders and trade unionists. The mayor, London CBI, London... continue
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Proposals to re-open 56km of the Waverley railway line, from Edinburgh to Tweedbank in the Scottish Borders took a major step forward this week when... continue
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The Government will publish a White Paper setting out its views on the additional capacity needed on the railway network alongside the Office of Rail... continue
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The prospect of trains returning to the Waverley route between Edinburgh and the Scottish Borders have increased after a committee of MSPs insisted... continue
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BAA has abandoned hope of convincing airlines to contribute towards the cost of the Edinburgh and Glasgow airport rail links through higher landing... continue
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The DfT has announced a revised timetable for implementing the Traffic Management Act 2004 regulations. Consultation on the permit system will begin... continue
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Labour backbencher John McDonnell (Hayes and Harlington) tabled a series of amendments during the third reading of the railways Bill in the House of... continue
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Although the Tories were silent on the clauses of the serious organised crime and police Bill that will enable the police to retain revenue obtained... continue
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Ministers have rejected calls for a more widespread hypothecation of fines for traffic offences to the police during the standing committee debate on... continue
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In the Future of Transport White Paper published in July last year the Government conceded that there were a number of "shortcomings" to... continue
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