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Parking Review
Parkex
SEA launched its Roadflow digital CCTV monitoring and enforcement product for traffic management at Parkex. The system has been designed to work in... continue
Parking Review
Developments
A new website aimed at members of the public seeking information on joining a car share club has been launched by Carplus and Transport for London... continue
Categories: technology, TfL, All of UK
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Enforcement News
Deniz Huseyin
Civil enforcement officers (CEOs) issuing fines to ‘drive-away’ vehicles on London’s red routes will have to provide camera... continue
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Enforcement News
Deniz Huseyin
More than £10m in outstanding penalty charge notices (PCNs) for non-payment of the congestion charge, parking and moving traffic fines is owed... continue
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Enforcement
Gordon Bell
Provisions in the Traffic Management Act 2004 mean that from April 2008 all local authorities in England will be able to issue penalty charge notices... continue
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Enforcement News
Patrick McDonnell
Following a successful pilot project to reduce congestion on London’s red route network Transport for London (TfL) is rolling out the scheme to... continue
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Enforcement News
Patrick McDonnell
Bilateral or multilateral treaties to allow cross-border enforcement of traffic and penalty fines in the EU was among the proposals discussed at a... continue
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Enforcement News
Deniz Huseyin
Three drivers faced bailiff action after paying fines Transport for London committed “maladministration leading to injustice” in three... continue
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Technology
Mark Moran
Providing cyclists with well-lit, secure parking areas protected from the elements is a central plank of Sekura-Byk’s business plan. The... continue
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Enforcement News
London’s new low emission zone (LEZ) comes into operation on 4 February affecting all diesel lorries over 12 tonnes. Vehicles affected by the... continue
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Enforcement News
Licensed private hire vehicles in London are now allowed to stop on red routes to pick up and set down passengers under a new concession brought in... continue
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Enforcement News
An exemption from the London congestion charge for the capital’s lowest polluting vehicles looks set to be overturned by Mayor Ken Livingstone.... continue
Parking Review
Mike Macey on...
Mike Macey
Under the Traffic Management Act 2004 (TMA) there is an (arguably simplistic) assumption that more detailed and freely available local authority... continue
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Enforcement News
London Councils has expressed its disappointment over Transport for London’s £161m borough spending settlement, saying the allocation... continue
Categories: funding, TfL, Greater London
Parking Review
Parking Policy
A new national sign has been launched to promote car clubs. It was designed for Transport for London by PR company Provakateur, working with charity... continue
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Enforcement News
Deniz Huseyin
London boroughs are best placed to pilot moving traffic and parking powers because they are better at securing the local legislation required,... continue
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Enforcement News
IBM has won the contract to operate the London Congestion Charge. From November 2009 IBM United Kingdom and consortium partner NCP Services will run... continue
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Enforcement News
Deniz Huseyin
Proposals to allow free entry into the congestion charge zone for drivers of low emission vehicles could lead to a rise in traffic levels, warns... continue
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Enforcement News
Deniz Huseyin
Parking and traffic compliance in the capital has improved by up to 35% in the past year, according to a Transport for London report. Illegal... continue
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Enforcement News
A new online service that will allow drivers to check if the vehicle they are buying has any outstanding congestion charge fines has been launched by... continue
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