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Andrew Forster
Councillors in Cambridgeshire have approved revised designs for bus stops on two busy roads in Cambridge as part of a package of measures to give... continue
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Transport for London has published statistics showing the number of people killed or seriously injured in bus incidents in the capital. The figures... continue
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The Welsh Government has published guidance on school transport, including a new chapter on risk assessment for walking routes. ... continue
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The London Borough of Wandsworth is to close Putney Bridge to vehicles for three months from 14 July for a £1.5m maintenance project. The... continue
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Streets outside a number of Edinburgh schools will be closed to vehicles for about 30 minutes at the start and end of the school day under the... continue
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The number of people recorded as killed or seriously injured on London’s roads fell 23% during 2013 to its lowest level since records began.... continue
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Philip Bisatt, Taunton, Somerset TA1
I have just returned from what will probably turn out to be a ‘once in a lifetime’ visit to Australia, much of it spent experiencing a... continue
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Flashing road studs have been installed on a pedestrian crossing in a retail park near Nottingham to improve road safety. Pole-mounted sensors... continue
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The Scottish Government is preparing a strategy to encourage people to walk more.  “We aspire to achieving levels of walking on a par with... continue
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John Dales
John Dales
This month’s heading goes out to all you Helen Shapiro fans – you know who you are. Of course, the title of her 1961 hit actually ended... continue
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Bath should be promoted as a city for walking, according to a draft transport strategy for the city and its environs. “Bath should be an... continue
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The DfT is to permit a new design of road crossing, similar to a zebra, that will allow cyclists to cross without having to dismount from their... continue
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The DfT is to ban the installation of new Pelican pedestrian crossings – but the decision does not spell the end for crossings with the... continue
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Shared use pavements alongside roads are not an acceptable way of providing space for cyclists and pedestrians, even if markings segregate the two... continue
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The transport secretary has been urged to speedily adopt measures to improve lorry cab designs backed by the European Parliament, which would remove... continue
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Letters to the editor
Adrian Hetherington, Ontario, Canada
Contrary to the assertions of Keith Peat (Letters LTT 2 May), the link to everything surely is walking, rather than car driving. We walk to the bus... continue
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Lee Baker
Roads minister Robert Goodwill has pledged to swiftly review the DfT guidance on pedestrian crossing timings after criticism that the guidance... continue
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Local Transport Today
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Last issue’s front page story about Transport for London ceasing to install Puffin pedestrian crossings generated discussion on LTT’s... continue
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John Dales
As most of you doubtless recall (no?), my first article in these pages (August 2005 – this is episode 111) anchored its raison... continue
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Transport for London has appointed TRL to evaluate a range of blind spot safety technologies that can be fitted to heavy goods vehicles to help... continue
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