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Local Transport Today
Progress of plans
Transport for London is inviting tenders from shortlisted consultants for the urban design-related work for the two bus-based transit schemes in... continue
Local Transport Today
Progress of plans
Work has started on the first phase of the Fastrack busway system to serve the Thameside area of Kent. Phase one comprising 7km of a part-segregated... continue
Local Transport Today
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A £10bn transport investment programme to improve the capital's transport infrastructure over the next five years will be agreed by the... continue
Local Transport Today
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Kent County Council hopes to take advantage of new Government rules on bus subsidies to avoid the need to tender the operation of its Fastrack busway... continue
Local Transport Today
In brief
Work is set to begin on Kent County Council's Fastrack guided bus scheme this month. Fastrack Phase One will feature tracks segregated from other... continue
Local Transport Today
Letters to the editor
Councillor Darren Johnson AM;Green Party member of the London Assembly;London SE1
The mayor of London's proposal for the Thames Gateway Bridge is now supported by an Environmental Impact Assessment that purports to show that a six... continue
Local Transport Today
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The London Assembly's transport committee is to hold an inquiry into the East London and Greenwich Waterfront Transit bus-based schemes being... continue
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London mayor Ken Livingstone is to make £50,000 available to help local residents in East London oppose his plans to construct the new... continue
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Secondary stories
Ministers are awaiting the findings of work by the Highways Agency and the Strategic Rail Authority into the construction of a new road or road/rail... continue
Local Transport Today
In brief
The public inquiry into Transport for London's planned Thames Gateway bridge ended this week. London mayor Ken Livingstone urged a quick decision,... continue
Local Transport Today
Regular news
The Government has identified 44 transport schemes that could help support new housing provision in the four South East of England growth... continue
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The inspector due to hear the public inquiry into the controversial £455m Thames Gateway Bridge proposals has been removed by the Planning... continue
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The difficulty of holding public meetings on private premises was underlined at the pre-inquiry meeting into the Thames Gateway Bridge proposals last... continue
Local Transport Today
Letters to the editor
In your 'Five Years Ago' column you recall the independent candidate for mayor of London, Ken Livingstone, pledging to install a congestion charging... continue
Local Transport Today
Regular news
Phil Goodwin has received a bumper crop of submissions in response to the gauntlet thrown down in his last column, in which he asked readers for... continue
Local Transport Today
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The controversy surrounding Transport for London's appraisal of the Thames Gateway bridge surfaced again at the public inquiry into the project this... continue
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The Government has awarded £51m to ten transport schemes that will help to facilitate new housing development in three of the main housing... continue
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In brief
The DfT has appointed consultants Mott MacDonald and Rand Europe to update the LASER land use-transport interaction model for London and the South... continue
Local Transport Today
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Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott has agreed to grant a partial postponement of the public inquiry into the proposed Thames Gateway Bridge,... continue
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If Transport for London followed the criteria on approving new road schemes laid out in the London Plan, the proposed Thames Gateway bridge would be... continue
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