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Local Transport Today
Regular news
Andrew Forster
Councillors in Edinburgh are pressing ahead with major changes to city centre traffic management, despite a consultation exercise revealing... continue
Local Transport Today
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Local Transport Today
Phil Goodwin
Phil Goodwin
PACTS, the Parliamentary Advisory Committee for Transport Safety, has a long record of careful evidence-based policy campaigning. Its recommendations... continue
Local Transport Today
Regular news
The National Assembly for Wales has voiced disquiet about the Welsh Government’s decision to allocate the promotion of walking and cycling to a... continue
Categories: Cycling, Pedestrians, Wales
Local Transport Today
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Lenny Winsel
Traditionally urban space design has always favoured vehicle movement over pedestrian movement and the need for high quality transportation... continue
Local Transport Today
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Lána Pennycook
Sydney is Australia’s largest and most densely populated city, with a population of 4.6 million. The city’s central business district... continue
Local Transport Today
Articles
Peter Debney
How do people navigate through a building, a train station or an airport? What happens when you need to evacuate an area, or if a number of exits... continue
Local Transport Today
Regular news
The Scottish Government has asked Sustrans to work with Scottish Natural Heritage and others to draw up plans for a national cycling and walking... continue
Local Transport Today
Regular news
Pedestrians are at fault for the majority of road traffic accidents they are involved in, according to accident reports compiled by the police. Road... continue
Local Transport Today
In brief
Westminster City Council is seeking DfT permission to bring Advanced Stop Lines for cyclists closer to the pedestrian stud lines that delineate the... continue
Local Transport Today
Detail
Urban design consultancy the Project Centre has won the commission to improve the public realm in central Croydon following a procurement process.... continue
Local Transport Today
Secondary stories
The mayor of London has opened bids on an £100m fund to turn up to four outer London boroughs into ‘mini-Hollands’. City Hall and... continue
Local Transport Today
Regular news
Transport for London is refining its traffic modelling to improve the representation of cycling and pedestrian behaviour. “Until recently,... continue
Local Transport Today
In brief
West Lothian Council is to develop a methodology for assessing whether to remove pedestrian guardrailing. The council will review the DfT’s... continue
Local Transport Today
Viewpoint
Adrian Davis, Independent consultant
One hundred and one years after the compulsory appointment of medical officers of health by local authorities, the NHS Reorganisation Act 1973 set in... continue
Local Transport Today
People/people
Edwina Hart has taken over the transport portfolio in Wales from Carl Sargeant in a ministerial reshuffle. Hart adds transport to her existing... continue
Local Transport Today
John Dales
John Dales
THE CONTEXT for the following comments is set partly by some work I’m currently doing to explore further the extent to which the... continue
Local Transport Today
Secondary stories
Andrew Forster
The DfT has published a method for monetising the benefits of pedestrianisation and other urban realm schemes. The method is explained in a research... continue
Local Transport Today
In brief
Leeds City Council is to consult on extending the hours of pedestrianisation on city centre streets. The central shopping core is currently a... continue
Local Transport Today
In brief
The DfT has given final approval to a package of road, public transport, walking and cycling improvements in Worcester. The Department will provide... continue
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