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New Transit
Bus News
To mark the completion of the 600-strong fleet to easy access low level buses, Lothian Buses has launched a new livery. Designed by the operator's... continue
Parking Review
Cover Story
Heathrow Airport won two awards at this year’s Travel Marketing Awards, which took place on 15 March. The judges named Heathrow joint-equal... continue
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Bus News
Passengers on Stagecoach Oxfordshire's S1 and S2 bus routes will see both an improved timetable and the introduction of the group's Stagecoach Gold... continue
Parking Review
Awards
Parkatmyhouse has won an award at the inaugural Smarta 100 smartest small business ceremonies. The online marketplace connects property owners with a... continue
New Transit
Reflections
Peter Stonham
There are not many emotions stronger than a sense of personal identity and pride. For the success of public transport, all the evidence suggests that... continue
New Transit
Progress Report
Andrew Hamer, Intalink’s project manager
I was interested to read the last edition of New Transit (February) in which the cover story questioned the levels of communication between local... continue
New Transit
Bus News Lead Story
Stagecoach Cambridge has expressed its anger at delays to the long-awaited Cambridgeshire Guided Busway by changing the branding on the vehicles that... continue
Parking Review
Payment systems
Motorists travelling on the Southeastern high speed train service between Kent and St Pancras International along High Speed 1 can now make an even... continue
Parking Review
Yellow Lines
When Austrian Franz Muellner couldn’t find a parking space in Vienna he simply rolled a car out of the way to make room for his motor home.... continue
Parking Review
Business News
NCP has joined with benefits provider Fair Care to offer a salary sacrifice-parking scheme saving up to 50% off season tickets. Philip Curtis,... continue
Parking Review
Awards
Terry Wogan, Tom Baker and Ozzy Osbourne will all be presenting the British Parking Awards 2010, yet only one person will be in the spotlight.... continue
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People News
A Portsmouth civil enforcement officer was quids in after appearing on the BBC TV quiz show The Weakest Link. Neil Hood, 30, won the show and... continue
Parking Review
Editorial
The parking sector has long had an uncomfortable relationship with the media, which is seemingly addicted to always reporting that it is run by a... continue
New Transit
Letters
David Hurdle, Spalding
How I agree with Daniel Wright in his letter about TV ads. I have always been baffled at the public transport industrys inability to market itself.... continue
New Transit
In brief
NedRailways is to rebrand itself and all its subsidiaries as Abellio. The decision reflects the company’s expansion from an owning group with... continue
Parking Review
Profiles
After 20 years of service to Newcastle City Council Neil Cuthbert left the authority at the end of 2009, having taken voluntary retirement. Cuthbert... continue
Parking Review
Construction
Q-Park has completed a major refurbishment of the Sauchiehall Street car park in Glasgow after the award of a 25-year lease on the site. The... continue
Parking Review
People News
Off-airport parking company Airparks has appointed Ian Jarvis as business development executive, a new role within the business. Jarvis previously... continue
Parking Review
Parking Policy
A proposal to allow heavily pregnant women to park their cars in dedicated spaces has been rejected by the Welsh Assembly. Darren Millar, Assembly... continue
Parking Review
Awards
The British Parking Awards 2010 gala lunch will take place at the InterContinental Hotel on London’s Park Lane on Friday 12 March 2010. The new... continue
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