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Parking Review
Parking Policy
Liverpool City Council is holding a public consultation on proposals to reduce the cost of parking in the city centre to encourage more visitors.... continue
Parking Review
Operational
Ealing Council has approved a number of parking infrastructure proposals with the aim of saving £250,000. This will see parking debt recovery... continue
Parking Review
Operational
Edinburgh City Council has approved plans to cut the cost of pay & display parking from £5.50 to £3 for a nine-hour stay in 17... continue
Parking Review
Operational
Herefordshire County Council is considering outsourcing a range of services including parking to the private sector in order to reduce costs. The... continue
Parking Review
News Lead Story
Mark Moran
Gloucestershire County Council is to outsource all its parking enforcement to a single private contractor. Enforcement is currently carried out on... continue
New Transit
Bus News
Ten Nottingham city-centre bus routes are being upgraded in an £18 million investment to bring them close to the standards of the cities... continue
New Transit
Products & Services
A major project by Siemens to upgrade over 160 traffic signal controllers in Newcastle and across the Tyne and Wear region is to go ahead following... 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
Environment Lead Story
The future of public transport in Britain will be more electric, the UK government has decided, as it begins the process of catching up with mainland... continue
New Transit
Environment Lead Story
At Arriva’s UK bus division, a £1.5m programme is being initiated to reduce use of energy and utility resources. The programme has been... continue
New Transit
Cover Story
Daniel Wright
It is a win-win situation when the engineering, commercial and marketing departments of passenger transport organisations can find common cause in... continue
New Transit
Environment
US transportation secretary Ray LaHood has announced $13.1m in federal funding for 11 innovative research and demonstration projects under the... continue
New Transit
Rail News
Nineteen projects have been given funding under the UK Technology Strategy Board’s  Accelerating Innovation in Rail collaborative R&D... continue
New Transit
Technology News
A directory of consultants specialising in urban mobility is planned for the next phase of the recently launched CIVITAS MIMOSA search engine.... continue
New Transit
Light Rail News
Glasgow commuters will offered contactless smartcard payment on the city’s single-line circular Subway from 2013 as part of the system’s... continue
New Transit
Bus News Lead Story
With the Competition Commission’s review of Britain’s bus market now complete, the Government has launched its formal new bus policy... continue
New Transit
Bus News
National Express Group has highlighted that the UK government’s decision to scrap concessionary travel programmes for coach passengers last... continue
New Transit
The Product
Peter Stonham
The French passenger transport sector has achieved a strong and focused representative framework that brings the operating industry across all the... continue
New Transit
Politics Lead Story
Three months before the victory of François Hollande as France’s new socialist President, his transport adviser during the campaign,... continue
New Transit
Cover Story Detail
A feature of France’s public transport system is that tram lines are much more common than in countries of a similar size and urban structure... continue
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