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Bus News
Could Germany be on the brink of war, facing invasion by Britain, Poland and France? We’re talking coaches, and it’s an intriguing... continue
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Feature
A group of individuals hold significant power in their role defining regulatory frameworks and supervising transport industry activities. Following... continue
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Feature
European Commission vice president for transport Siim Kallas has been forced by France and Germany to accept a watered down version of his long... continue
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Politics
Major urban areas in Britain could see transport networks more like those common in mainland Europe if UK MPs get their way. The UK... continue
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People
The Chair of Tyne and Wear Integrated Transport Authority, Cllr David Wood, has been elected as Chair of the group of six UK transport authorities... continue
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Bus News Lead Story
West Yorkshire’s Integrated Transport Authority (ITA) members have voted to support the introduction of England’s first Quality Contract... continue
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Reflections
Movement towards a new competitive model for European railways continues to proceed at a sedate pace, but inexorably steps are being made. In some... continue
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Viewpoint
Paul Salveson
The elections in May were significant in so many ways. For me, they were particularly notable  as I was elected onto Kirklees Council to... continue
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People Lead Story
Merseytravel chairman Mark Dowd has issued a statement denouncing local newspaper reports claiming that the district auditor had questioned... continue
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Viewpoint
John Austin
When I was doing management training some years ago a frequent theme in college lectures was the difference between supplier-led and consumer-led... continue
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Feature
A group of individuals hold significant power in their role defining regulatory frameworks and supervising transport industry activities.  UK... continue
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Interview
James Dark
The early ‘Wild West’ days following UK bus industry deregulation are most often characterised as a period of destructive bus wars and... continue
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Bus News
The UK bus industry has scored a victory in its bid to fend off greater regulation with the Competition Commission dropping bus franchising from the... continue
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People
The UK Office of Rail Regulation (ORR) has appointed three new non-executive directors — Mark Fairbairn, Stephen Nelson and Ray... continue
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Cover Story Detail
The sole service to have so far taken advantage of EU law to open the market for cross border rail services is a joint venture between Deutsche Bahn,... continue
Categories: Rail, Regulation, Other, Europe
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Cover Story Detail
There is a need to remove the inconsistencies and to have a symmetrical market operating across the 27 countries, ”Johann Metzner DB’s... continue
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Cover Story
James Dark
This summer, a series of announcements by Deutsche Bahn, Eurostar and SNCF underlined the fact  that the major European rail  operators are... continue
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Rail News
The next two to four years will prove a telling period in determining how  fast and in what way competition in European rail services will... continue
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Rail News
The Office of Rail Regulation has warned Network Rail to improve punctuality across several areas of the rail network. The warning came as... continue
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Bus News
Metro, the West Yorkshire PTE, has rejected suggestions that bus Quality Contracts, a policy that it is pursuing, will stifle innovation in the bus... continue
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