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Parking Review
Yellow Lines
Mark Moran
A car park forms a key element of a major artwork that is set to tour the country. The Vanity of Small Differences is a series of satirical... continue
Parking Review
Business News
Town & City Parking has been rebranded as Smart Parking to reflect the increasing importance of technology as part of its approach to parking... continue
Parking Review
Contracts
Q-Park has signed a 35-year lease for the West Riding House car park in Leeds. The 440-space city centre car park is surrounded by shops and offices,... continue
Parking Review
Business News
Q-Park is now working in partnership with two major Birmingham concert venues, the Town Hall and Symphony Hall. The partnership entitles Town Hall... continue
Parking Review
Developments
Civica, which provides software and IT to the UK public sector, could be floated or sold by its owner. Private equity group 3i has appointed NM... continue
New Transit
The Big Question
David Brown
The transport world is changing and we need to respond to that by creating a new business model, particularly in the bus sector. Essentially, we need... continue
Parking Review
Operational
NSL has appointed Project Centre’s managing director Mark Raisbeck as its strategic development director. The move is part of changes to chief... continue
New Transit
Viewpoint
Ian Wright
We’ve all been stuck on a station platform or at a bus-stop at one time or another, and there’s nothing more frustrating than having no... continue
New Transit
Business Lead Story
Daniel Wright
Legal action, petitions, pleas to the UK Parliament, and plans for competing flights by dissapointed rival Virgin have followed the naming of First... continue
New Transit
Bus News
The Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority (PSTA) in Florida, USA, has unveiled a new informational video series called ‘Bus Buzz!’,... continue
New Transit
Cover Story Detail
Daniel Wright
There was considerable media coverage earlier this year when the UK’s Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders published its 2012 New Car CO2... continue
New Transit
Viewpoint
Ray Stenning
Design is a language that is international, and in an increasingly global society we are all better able to understand its vocabulary, grammar and... continue
New Transit
Viewpoint
John Austin
When I was doing management training some years ago a frequent theme in college lectures was the difference between supplier-led and consumer-led... continue
New Transit
Bus News
Bus use in East Kent has doubled in less than a decade, with growth in passenger numbers running at ten times the national average, and three times... continue
New Transit
Viewpoint
Mark Cartwright
The insurance industry isn’t often looked upon as a paragon of retail virtue, so you might think it a bit odd if I suggest that those in the... continue
New Transit
Feature
Across the transport sector there are certain individuals whose activity stands out either as beyond the significance of their own specific role... continue
New Transit
Reflections
Across the world, major cycle hire schemes are becoming an increasingly prevalent part of the urban transport mix, with cities such as London, Paris... continue
New Transit
Reflections
Six months away from the start of the Olympic Games in London, concerns remain at the ability of the transport system to perform at the required... continue
New Transit
Viewpoint
Recent months have seen the arrival in London of the so-called Borismaster - the new Routemaster bus for London initiated by Mayor Boris Johnston -... continue
New Transit
People
Go-Ahead has appointed Gillian Singh as group marketing director. The public transport operator said the increasingly important role required a top... continue
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