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Local Transport Today
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Rik Thomas
“For tomorrow's transport we will rely far less on privately-owned vehicles (notably private cars),” Peter Miller, CEO of Ipswich-based... continue
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NSL is to launch a trial of technology to allow motorists to find a parking space using their mobile phone. The technology, used in US cities,... continue
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Atkins has won a contract with Contra Costa Transportation Authority in California to identify congestion hotspots using what it described as... continue
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Hertfordshire County Council has launched an online journey planner for home-to-school trips. The tool, developed by consultant Steer Davies Gleave,... continue
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Leeds-based transport software company Tracsis has seen half-year profits increase by 50%. The company, whose products include rolling stock... continue
Local Transport Today
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Local transport minister Norman Baker has backed an initiative to make data on road works available to road users across England and Wales through... continue
Local Transport Today
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Rik Thomas
PAUL TREADWELL, FWT’s sales and marketing director, does not portray the UK as the font of all wisdom compared with the USA when it comes to... continue
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A LONDON-BASED company   behind an application that allows you to hail a taxi from your phone has raised $30m so it can expand. Halio laid... continue
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A SMARTPHONE app being launched in the UK will share real-time data on public transport journeys generated by travellers themselves. The moovit app,... continue
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Viewpoint
Ben Clark, University of the West of England
If you are near to an internet browser as you read this, type the search term ‘Peak Car’ into Google and have a look at the top two or... continue
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Videoconferencing is assumed to have no impact on the number of business trips by plane, in the central air passenger demand forecasts prepared by... continue
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Letters to the editor
Paul Biggs, Transport Majority, Tamworth, Staffs B77
Andrew Fraser (ibid) seems to know very little about the fundamentals of safe driving or the dangers of so-called ‘Intelligent Speed... continue
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Letters to the editor
Malcolm Heymer, Traffic management adviser, Alliance of British Drivers, Dereham, Norfolk NR20
There is much I agree with in Andrew Fraser’s letter (ibid) about the drawbacks of speed cameras, but then he spoils it by advocating the use... continue
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Letters to the editor
Idris Francis, Petersfield, Hampshire GU32
Speed cameras should indeed be scrapped as Andrew Fraser says (Letters LTT 11 Jan), but so should Intelligent (sic) Speed Adaptation, for many of the... continue
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The DfT has released a software tool to help local authorities understand the impacts of changing speed limits. The software is designed to allow... continue
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THE DFT is launching a review of how project promoters estimate the local and regional economic impacts of transport projects. The tender notice for... continue
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Balfour Beatty’s order book mix is shifting from construction to professional services and support services. A trading update was issued... continue
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Mott Macdonald is to sacrifice £128,000 as part of an agreement to extend a contract. Under the West Midlands  joint data team contract,... continue
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IBM has predicted traffic volumes and speeds on roads in Cologne, Germany, 30 minutes in advance  in a pilot of its traffic prediction tool. IBM... continue
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