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Local Transport Today
In brief
Local authority enforcement of the rules applying to yellow box junctions in Cardiff has suffered another delay because of technical issues with... continue
Local Transport Today
Media monitor
On 3 June freelance journalist Haley Birch, writing in The Guardian, debated the interesting question: “Do 20mph speed limits actually... continue
Local Transport Today
Media monitor
“Still think fully ‘driverless’ cars are a long way off?” motoring editor David Williams asked in London’s Evening... continue
Local Transport Today
Regular news
Lee Baker
The Mayor of London has highlighted that last year was the safest on record for cyclists in the capital with the numbers seriously injured or killed... continue
Local Transport Today
Media monitor
The rarely mentioned subject of transport-related noise pollution suddenly, and rather unexpectedly, caught the attention of the mainstream media on... continue
Local Transport Today
In brief
Labour-controlled London Borough of Islington has ruled out seeking an ultra-low emission zone (ULEZ) across the borough, saying any benefits would... continue
Local Transport Today
Regular news
Local authority officers in Scotland have voiced concerns about the accuracy of police road traffic accident reports.  STATS19 appointed... continue
Categories: Road safety, Scotland
Local Transport Today
Regular news
Oxfordshire County Council has approved plans for a 20mph signed-only village speed limit despite objections from residents and police... continue
Local Transport Today
Secondary stories
Andrew Forster
Dorset County Council is to re-open a busy road closed last April because of a landslide risk after legal advice that the council will not be liable... continue
Local Transport Today
In brief
Aberdeen City Council made a surplus of £952,000 from bus lane enforcement in 2014/15, the first year of operations. Total income from penalty... continue
Local Transport Today
In brief
Highways England has appointed consultants to support a trial of average speed cameras on single and dual carriageway roads. Consultant CH2M has won... continue
Local Transport Today
Secondary stories
Scotland’s transport minister Derek Mackay ruled out changing the default speed limit on restricted roads from 30 to 20mph during a... continue
Local Transport Today
Letters to the editor
Chris Oldham, Shrewsbury SY4
Andrew Fraser says: “Those who would bully us into the blame the driver approach, which manifests itself in substituting the words... continue
Local Transport Today
Letters to the editor
Rod King MBE, Founder & campaign director, 20’s Plenty for Us, Lymm WA13
Whilst not being surprised at the “say no” letters from Messrs Corker, Withrington, Heymer and Peat, which are typical of Alliance of... continue
Local Transport Today
Letters to the editor
Phil Sulley, Yalding, Kent ME18
With reference to the article in the 3 April issue saying that the London Borough of Newham intends to turn the Stratford gryatory road system into a... continue
Local Transport Today
Viewpoint
Adrian Davis, University of the West of England
One of the central offers from public health professionals as they re-joined local government in April 2013 was our proficiency in evidence-based... continue
Local Transport Today
News
Highways England has commissioned a joint venture of Arup and URS (now part of AECOM) to provide further advice on conducting enforcement against... continue
Local Transport Today
News
Highways England has appointed a joint venture of Arup and URS (now part of AECOM) to advise on incident management in its East Midlands operating... continue
Local Transport Today
Detail
Highways England has appointed an Atkins/AECOM joint venture to assist its collaborative traffic management project with other highway authorities in... continue
Local Transport Today
Regular news
The government is required to take urgent action to tackle nitrogen dioxide levels from transport after a Supreme Court ruling last month. The... continue
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