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Parking Review
Parking Policy
The actual shape and size of the UK parking sector is a matter of debate and speculation. During Parkex 2013 some light was shed on questions such as... continue
Parking Review
Safer Parking Lead Story
The number of cyclists injured after being hit or trying to avoid a suddenly opened car door has risen to 593 in 2011, up from 468 in 2009, a rise of... continue
Parking Review
Developments
The number of vehicles available to households in England and Wales increased by 14% from 23.9 to 27.3 million, between 2001 and 2011, according to... continue
Parking Review
Parking Policy
A guide to parking has been updated by Which? magazine in conjunction with the British Parking Association (BPA). It offers  an insight into how... continue
Parking Review
Payment Systems Lead Story
The PayByPhone cashless parking service has generated additional revenue for the spa town of Royal Tunbridge Wells since its launch on 1 February.... continue
Parking Review
Parking Policy
Car Club members generate less than half the carbon dioxide and local air pollutants than both householders who are just joining car clubs and... continue
Categories: car clubs, surveys
Parking Review
Parking Policy
A survey has revealed that 8% of British motorists successfully appealed a parking fine when they knew they were in the wrong. The research for car... continue
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Parking Review
Parking Policy
One-in-five motorists admit they can’t parallel park, while one-in-ten avoid parallel parking altogether. The research also found that a... continue
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Parking Review
Parking Policy
The rising cost of motoring has led 24% of motorists in London to give up their car over the past 12 months, a survey suggests. By abandoning their... continue
Parking Review
Hospitals Lead Story
Patrick Mcdonnell
An investigation by consumer watchdog Which? has revealed the best and worst of NHS hospital parking in England. Seven-out-of-ten of the 1,000 people... continue
Parking Review
News Lead Story
John Siraut
Soon after coming to power the coalition government famously declared an end to the “war on motorists”. An early salvo in this campaign... continue
Parking Review
Operational
A survey by Westminster City Council reveals that the rise in traffic, population and visitors in central London over the last decade have placed... continue
Parking Review
Parking Policy
The Home Office has launched a consultation on a new code of practice governing the use of closed circuit television (CCTV) systems and other... continue
New Transit
Viewpoint
Paul Salveson
Women are the ‘great unseen’ in transport decision- making. Yet they make up the majority of bus users in Britain, and account for 46% of... continue
New Transit
Viewpoint
Dr. Paul Salveson
When I started as a guard with British Rail, back in the mid-1970s, I was given extensive training. It covered rules and regulations, how to use a... continue
New Transit
Cover Story Detail
One reason for the operations-led approach in the transport industry is the engrained wisdom that punctuality is the overwhelming driver of passenger... continue
New Transit
Cover Story
James Dark
How should a modern consumer industry set its objectives for providing its users with the services they want, retaining business and winning new... continue
Parking Review
Business News
Drivers face a postcode lottery when it comes to the cost of parking varies, argues a new survey from consumer magazine Which? "Predictably,... continue
New Transit
Letters
Peter Wiltshire, Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire
In ‘the Future’ page last edition (August), I see that the interior designers Priestman Goode envisage a High Speed Train that will... continue
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