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Plans for a new fleet of intercity express trains appear to be on the brink of collapse after transport secretary Lord Adonis announced the... continue
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Products & Services
Birmingham New Street station is at the heart of the nation’s transport network and is used by 140,000 passengers a day – more than... continue
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Cover Story
The arrival of French transport groups, Keolis, Veolia and Transdev, in the UK over the past decade has brought with it its fair share of legendary... continue
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People
Transport secretary Andrew Adonis has announced the appointment of Sir Brian Briscoe as the new chairman of HS2, the company established by the... continue
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Products & Services
Network Rail has unveiled a £2.5m plan to upgrade Swansea’s railway station in a move that it says will create a bright, accessible,... continue
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Heroes & Villains - Villain
While the Versement Transport demonstrates the pro-public transport approach of the French government, NATA, the Department for Transport’s... continue
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Projects
Major scheme bids for two Bristol transport improvement packages have been endorsed by the West of England Partnership. The move clears the way for... continue
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Bus News
Following a competitive tender process, the Olympic Delivery Authority today confirmed that Aberdeen-based First Group has been named as the... continue
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Ben Colson
Mid December brought the ministerial statement on the future of subsidy to the bus industry, followed swiftly three festive and snowy weeks later by... continue
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People
A number of figures within the transport industry have received gongs in the New Year’s Honours List. Stuart Baker, deputy director, national... continue
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Progress Report
Few, if any, public transport information projects have been more ambitious than the Transport Direct website. Its origins lie in John Presco... continue
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Interview Detail
Directly Operated Railways’s East Coast company will pay £333m less in premiums to the government than NXEC would have done. The... continue
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Interview
In July, transport secretary Lord Adonis vetoed a deal being discussed between National Express Group and Department for Transport civil servants... continue
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Feature
The debate about the appropriate level of ‘bus subsidy’ began well before New Labour took office in 1997 and looks like it will out-last... continue
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Light Rail News Lead Story
Rail passengers will be given a chance to have their say on proposals to introduce a new tram offering a regular service between Watford and St... continue
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Cover Story Detail
While Whitehall has often appeared reactive in its transport policy, the Scottish and Welsh governments and Transport for London have taken a more... continue
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Articles
Why is he on the list? As director general of the Department for Transport’s National?Networks Group, former bus and rail industry executive... continue
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End of the line
Catering Good news for those in First Class on state-owned train operator East Coast - fresh milk is back on the menu! Over the last year we heard... continue
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Profile
Robert Jack
He has yet to turn 40 years of age but Alex Warner has already experienced life in all corners of the public transport sector There are few people... continue
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Environment
The Department for Transport has announced the winners of its £30m Low Carbon Bus Fund initiative. The scheme will enable the purchase and... continue
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