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Articles
Why is he on the list? Campaign for Better Transport (previously Transport 2000) is the leading transport NGO. Joseph has been executive director of... continue
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Articles
Why is he on the list? Scales has headed Merseytravel, which co-ordinates public transport in Merseyside, for 11 years. In addition, he chairs three... continue
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Cover Story
James Dark
Ten, even five years ago, pursuing a transport story was relatively straightforward for journalists. It was simply a matter of picking up the phone... continue
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Politics
So, my time at the Department for Transport has come to an end. Having joined as a director general in 2002 it was clearly time for me to move on -... continue
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Future
Robert Jack
Retailers are finding new ways to harness the potential offered by smartphones to reach out to new and potential customers. ‘Apps’ have... continue
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Technology News
John Groves Ticket Systems is now offering the Casio IT-3100 machine as a ticketing solution. This machine is a totally configurable Windows-based... continue
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Reflections
Developments that are set to further change the relationship between passenger transport operators and their customers have continued to come thick... continue
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Reflections
James Dark
According to a Department for Transport press release, the new government has made a “major shake-up to rail franchising policy”. Yet... continue
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Technology News
Heathrow Express, has launched a free mobile application allowing passengers to purchase tickets and receive them direct to their phones in less than... continue
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Technology News
Three organisations have been invited to tender for the provision of a new concessionary travel asset management system announced by Scottish... continue
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Rail News
Rain fares will rise by an average of 6.2% in January 2011, the Association of Train Operating Companies announced today. According to the Office of... continue
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Viewpoint
George Osborne came of age on October 20. Whatever one may think about the rights and wrongs of the spending review, I could not but help admire his... continue
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Feature Detail
The Travel 2020 Exhibition, held alongside the conference, demonstrated that technology already exists to provide public transport customers with... continue
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Feature
Over the past month there have been signs that the long-awaited revolution in public transport ticketing and payment systems is about to take off.... continue
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The Product
For supporters of smartcard ticketing, progress towards introducing it on local bus services has been painfully slow. However, the last month saw new... continue
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BRT Report
Dr. Bob Tebb
Recently I was delighted to be invited by the Thames Valley Branch of the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport to read a paper to them on... continue
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Viewpoint
The Travel 2020 conference and exhibition which took place at London’s Brit Oval in September gave delegates a glimpse of how technology... continue
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Market
The introduction of England’s free concessionary fares scheme has led to a significant increase in bus use. However, research undertaken by ITS... continue
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Market Lead Story
Operators, consultants and local authorities have painted an apocalyptic vision of the impact on bus networks from forthcoming changes to the English... continue
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Cover Story Detail
It’s been voted the most irritating television advert of the year, but it’s hard to forget GoCompare’s offering. It involves a... continue
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