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Parking Review
Parking Policy
The chairman of a street traders association has called for pay & display machines to be installed to deter illegal parking in Bury St Edmonds... continue
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Rail News Lead Story
Public address and voice alarm specialist ATEÏS-Group have switched their UK activities away from ATEÏS UK to a new partner and distributor... continue
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Viewpoint
Kevin Hilton
The digital revolution has unlocked a rush of new information systems that offer diverse ways of putting both encyclopaedic and highly specific rail... continue
Parking Review
Articles
A plan to extend 20mph speed limits across most residential roads in England within ten years will be considered at the Liberal Democrat conference... continue
Parking Review
Articles
Bristol council has approved the city-wide roll-out of 20mph signed-only speed limits to cover 90% of the city’s road network. The council is... continue
Parking Review
Articles
Road safety campaigners have acknowledged that DfT casualty figures for 2011 showed that as the total number of 20mph roads increases, so do the... continue
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Products & Services
San Franciso’s Muni plans to install a network of high-tech behavioural recognition surveillance cameras on its subway. They will be used to... continue
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Rail News
Nineteen projects have been given funding under the UK Technology Strategy Board’s  Accelerating Innovation in Rail collaborative R&D... continue
Parking Review
Articles
The level of crime on London’s buses has fallen by 9% over the past year while on the tube and DLR it is down 10%. Figures from Transport for... continue
Parking Review
Yellow Lines
Caught short dashing for le dernier Metro? We spend a lot of time promoting the concept of integrated transport, with smooth transitons between the... continue
Categories: safety, signs & lines
Parking Review
Yellow Lines
Some parents are spending up to 50 hours a month, per offspring, ferrying their children about by car a survey shows. The survey, for the AA Driving... continue
Categories: safety
Parking Review
Yellow Lines
So are men or women better at parking? In February Parking Review reported that covert surveillance of NCP car parks has shown that while women may... continue
Categories: safety, NCP
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Feature
Sometimes organisations or individuals take the lead in new projects that potentially have much wider significance in the long term by breaking the... continue
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Light Rail News
London Underground is planning a trial of detection equipment that can halt driverless trains if a person or object is obstructing the track.... continue
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Feature Detail
Data services outside the traditional handset and dongle are often termed M2M (Machine-to-Machine) by carriers; it’s a market that has been... continue
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Technology News
Supplier 21st Century has been awarded preferred bidder status by FirstGroup to supply and maintain CCTV on board its bus services. The contract runs... continue
Parking Review
Interview
JBW Group provides nationwide civil and High Court enforcement services for local authorities, government agencies, solicitors and private... continue
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Rail News
The Rail Safety and Standards Board and the Technology Strategy Board are to invest up to £4m in a new fund to accelerate business innovation... continue
Parking Review
Yellow Lines
The driver of this New York City garbage truck is one lucky guy. On 17 August his vehicle crashed through the wall of a garage in Queens. Over 100... continue
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