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New Transit
Feature
Non-stop interchange One of the things that most spoils high speed rail is the need for trains to make intermediate stops. The faster the... continue
New Transit
Feature
Daniel Wright
Smart Links - the range of short distance, often automated transport modes - have begun to shake up long-held models of what public transport is, and... continue
New Transit
Feature
Peter Stonham
Along with tram-train, Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) is one of the longest established ‘blended’ modes of transport. It’s also one of the... continue
New Transit
Feature
If there is one thing that has helped railways re-invent themselves as a sexy futuristic travel mode it has to be the coming of the high-speed... continue
New Transit
Feature
This year has seen a flurry of international gatherings to address issues of sustainable development and environmental management culminating with... continue
Local Transport Today
People/people
Erel Avineri has moved from the University of West of England, where he was associate professor of travel behaviour, to become a professor at the... continue
Local Transport Today
News
TRL has been commissioned by the Royal Oman Police to undertake a study covering all aspects of road safety within the Sultanate. Following a... continue
Local Transport Today
Viewpoint
Mike Crowhurst
About 40 years ago the Roskill Commission was set up to examine the problem of airport capacity, albeit focused on the search for the third London... continue
Local Transport Today
News
Aecom's professional technical services increased its profitability in the three months to September even though less work came in as measured by... continue
Local Transport Today
Lead Story
Lee Baker
Atkins is expanding in the UK with a growing headcount as profitability rises, according to the consultancy’s half-year financial... continue
Local Transport Today
Lead Story
Lee Baker
Ferrovial has reported a growth in income from its UK operations as helping to offset declines in work in its domestic market in... continue
Parking Review
News Lead Story
Mark Moran
Calls for the compulsory regular inspection of Britain’s 4,000 multi-storey car parks have gained momentum after a success of collapses in... continue
Local Transport Today
News
AECOM has won a £1m project with Singapore’s Land Transport Authority to reduce peak-period travel demand. AECOM will promote flexible... continue
New Transit
People
Paris-based public transport group RATP has announced changes to its overseas operations RATP Dev. Previous business units International and Northern... continue
New Transit
Viewpoint
Fiona McLean
W hat makes a great city – or more to the point, a great city to live and work in, enjoy, travel around easily and feel good about being in.... continue
New Transit
Technology News
Personal Rapid Transit is still seen by some as the futuristic daydream of ‘spaceage’ writers and film makers, but to others it’s a... continue
Local Transport Today
News
Hyder Consulting said 2012 profits of the group were so far “well ahead of previous expectations” but UK results were disappointing. The... continue
Local Transport Today
Letters to the editor
Malcolm Bulpitt, Loose, Maidstone, Kent ME15
I suppose a large number of readers of LTT are used to dealing with people who are convinced by the strength of their own arguments, despite the... continue
Local Transport Today
Main editorial comment
The question of what went wrong and who should take the blame for the rail franchising fiasco has been on the minds of a lot of people in the past... continue
Local Transport Today
Viewpoint
Russell McCullagh, Ecebs
The evolution of technology over the last 20 years has been nothing short of phenomenal. We have seen smartcards enter common usage and the internet... continue
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