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Reflections
At the beginning of February, Sir Roy McNulty was giving  a presentation at the European Community headquarters as part of a seminar to examine... continue
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Environment Lead Story
Continuing economic uncertainty and spending restraints have depressed the UK bus vehicle market, but the industry has had one bright spot from the... continue
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In brief
Transport Minister Norman Baker has announced £15m of new funding for sustainable travel projects designed to promote economic growth and cut... continue
Categories: Funding, Rail, DfT/SRA, England
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Viewpoint
Paul Salveson
­T­­he ‘rail product’ is only as strong as its weakest link, and that link is often the station. So it’s good to see... continue
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Rail News
Campaign groups, MSPs and councillors are calling for up to 12 new rail stations to be added to Transport Scotland’s proposals for the... continue
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Bus News
The Welsh government has announced cuts to the Bus Service Operators Grant which will be more severe than those in England. In April, BSOG will be... continue
Categories: Bus, Funding, Government, Wales
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Bus News
FirstGroup’s attempts to raise cash from selling bus operations are being hindered by the economic climate and uncertainty created by the... continue
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Bus News Lead Story
The Department for Transport has announced a new £50m Better Bus Areas fund to enable operators and local authorities to form effective... continue
Categories: Bus, Funding, DfT/SRA, All of UK
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Rail News
The Department for Transport has provided £29m of funding for First Great Western to operate an additional 48 carriages until the end of its... continue
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In brief
The Passenger Transport Group’s analysis of the Treasury’s latest public spending figures has shown that transport spend in London is now... continue
Parking Review
Feature
Councils risk locking themselves into rigid, ineffective arrangements with their bailiff partners if they “slavishly adhere to procurement... continue
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Projects
The European Commission adopted, on October 19th, an ambitious proposal to transform the existing patchwork of major European roads, railways,... continue
Categories: Funding, Other, All of UK, Europe
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Viewpoint
Paul Salveson
­I­­t seems slightly self-indulgent to use this ‘opinion’ column to go into the ins and outs of my local train service in the... continue
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Bus News
Figures obtained by Campaign for Better Transport (CBT) show council spending cuts have led to one in five supported bus services being cut. The... continue
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Business
Global airline Emirates and Transport for London have agreed a sponsorship deal for London’s cable car Thames river crossing which is scheduled... continue
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Business
The Department for Transport (DfT) may not award the full £560m earmarked for the Local Sustainable Transport Fund, councils preparing major... continue
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Rail News
The local authority-led campaign to build the East West Rail project — a railway from Reading/Oxford to Milton Keynes and Bedford — has... continue
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Rail News
The Rail Safety and Standards Board and the Technology Strategy Board are to invest up to £4m in a new fund to accelerate business innovation... continue
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Light Rail News
Edinburgh’s first tram route will serve the city centre after pressure from the Scottish Government prompted councillors into an abrupt U-turn... continue
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Rail News
The rail industry has taken the first steps in its bid to persuade the government to fund new infrastructure projects by setting out an agenda to cut... continue
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