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Consultants appointed by the DfT to update guidance on travel plans are seeking examples of best practice. Addison & Associates are currently... continue
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Letters to the editor
Peter Hendy
I was interested to see Peter Mackie's call (LTT Viewpoint, 18 January) for the Commission for Integrated Transport to "step forward" and... continue
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Letters to the editor
Rory McMullan
The Association of Commuter Transport (ACT-UK) was astonished by a recent article in LTT ('Forget travel behaviour change as way to cut CO2 says... continue
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People/consultants
<b>Katy Jones</b> has joined consultant Hyder Consulting as a senior transport planner in the company's Cardiff office. She was formerly... continue
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People/consultants
JMP Consulting has appointed <b>Michaela Jurasek</b> a transport planner in company's Bristol office. She joins from the University of... continue
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People/people
Bill Wyley has been elected chairman of the Transport Planning Society for a two-year term. Wyley, who is consultant Mouchel Parkman's head of... continue
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Regular news
n The Institute for Public Policy Research has come up with an enlightening quotation to illustrate the lengthy process of implementing large-scale... continue
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Regular news
The DfT has backed down on plans to limit the requirement on developers to assess the impact of generated traffic on the local road network to just... continue
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Sir Rod Eddington's transport study presents the Government with the dilemma of trying to target transport spending where it will contribute most to... continue
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Garrett Emmerson
Garrett Emmerson is chair of the Local Transport Planning Network, a member of the Commission for Integrated Transport and head of transportation at Buckinghamshire County Council. The views expressed in this column are those of the author alone.
It's nearly seven years since their introduction in the 2000 Transport Act but England has finally got its first Statutory Quality Bus Partnership -... continue
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Regular news
The profile of travel demand management within Transport for London has been given a boost as part of a major organisational restructuring announced... continue
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People/consultants
<b>Fiona McCorquodale</b> has been appointed a principal consultant at JMP Consulting in the Manchester office. She was formerly a... continue
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Regular news
Transport plans for the 2012 Olympic Games lack detail and there is a lack of urgency to produce more robust plans, according to the House of... continue
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Regular news
The Open University in partnership with Transport for London has launched an online vocational course for travel planners. The Introduction to travel... continue
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People/people
<b>Paul Macnamara</b> has joined consultant Peter Brett Associates as a senior associate in the company's Bristol office to lead the land... continue
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People/consultants
Consultant Steer Davies Gleave has expanded its London team with the appointment of three senior consultants and one consultant. The senior... continue
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People/consultants
Consultant Whitbybird has appointed <b>Arman Farahmand-Razavi </b>an associate director to head its new transport planning team. He joins... continue
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People/people
<b>Stephen Walford</b> has been appointed transport policy manager at Somerset County Council. He was formerly a principal transport... continue
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Letters to the editor
Adam Fularz
If you look at the transport sector, imagine that there exists a root of all evil: the number one problem, where everything started. Imagine then,... continue
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Viewpoint
By Peter Mackie
The Prime Minister's recent remarks on the prospects for travel demand management and John Spellar's assault on the concept of congestion charging... continue
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