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Local Transport Today
Lead Story
Travel planning professionals were this week urging the Department of Health not to follow the lead of the Welsh Assembly and Scottish governments by... continue
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Regular news
People who live on heavily trafficked streets have far fewer friends and acquaintances nearby than those living on lightly trafficked streets,... continue
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Regular news
Academics from three universities and staff from consultant JMP have teamed up to form the Centre for Transport and Psychology, a faculty to enable... continue
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In brief
A team of personal travel planners is to descend on Lowestoft and Weston-super-Mare to try and encourage residents to cut their car use. Transport... continue
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In brief
Plans for a personalised travel planning project in the London Borough of Brent have been cancelled because Transport for London says it would not... continue
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Letters to the editor
Paul Osborne, School travel director, Sustrans, Bristol
Yellow school buses are as American as apple pie but they might not be so sweet. Whilst it is true that they account for half of all school journeys... continue
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Letters to the editor
Tom Hart, Vice President, Scottish Association for Public Transport, Glasgow
The ‘In brief’ story in your last issue headlined ‘Motorised travel boom in Scotland’ is misleading. It reflects press... continue
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Letters to the editor
Paul Yoward, Cardiff
Regarding your opinion piece in the last issue (‘What if..?’), logically we need to invest much less in the global warming theory from an... continue
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John Dales
“This month, I shall be mostly writing about balance”, as The Fast Show’s Jesse might possibly once have said. Regular readers,... continue
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People/consultants
MVA Consultancy has appointed Carole Lehman social and market research business sector director. She joins from Ipsos MORI where she was head of... continue
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Analysis
By Rik Thomas
Altrincham & Sale West MP, Graham Brady, is strongly opposed to the proposed congestion charge for Manchester. “With the country on the... continue
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Phil Goodwin
There is periodic interest in a rather simple proposition that always strikes a chord with anybody who hears it and is potentially extremely useful,... continue
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Regular news
London boroughs and Transport for London issued 6,176,752 penalty charge notices to motorists in 2007/08 for offences such as illegal parking,... continue
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Media monitor
The level of public and political support for policies aimed at cutting carbon dioxide emissions was troubling New Scientist last week. "Watch... continue
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Letters to the editor
Peter Nash, Macclesfield Cheshire
Congratulations on your 20:20 vision publication celebrating LTT's 500th issue. It provided a useful reality check on the combined achievements of... continue
Local Transport Today
Secondary stories
The Government has given its clearest signal yet that technology rather than travel behaviour change will be key to reducing transport sector carbon... continue
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In brief
Almost 60% of pedestrian injury accidents in the West Midlands conurbation are partly caused by pedestrians failing to look properly for oncoming... continue
Local Transport Today
In brief
The DfT has commissioned an update of its landmark 2004 report, Smarter Choices - changing the way we travel, on the effects of travel behaviour... continue
Local Transport Today
Regular feature
By Rik Thomas
One of the Government's current climate change targets is for a 60% cut in carbon dioxide emissions by 2050, in comparison with the 1990 levels.... continue
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Letters to the editor
Phillip Bisatt, Tauton, Somerset
I refer to Francesca Medda's interesting article regarding the 'merit' accessibility good in transport (ibid). If the current Government has any... continue
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