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New Transit
Cover Story
Robert Jack & James Dark
Change was the buzzword in run-up to May’s general election, and change is what is now going to happen. The world of public transport is no... continue
New Transit
Bus News Lead Story
Centro has used powers in the Local Transport Act to set up a quality partnership in north Walsall which will see bus operators co-operate rather... continue
New Transit
Bus News
South Yorkshire Integrated Transport Authority is considering launching a preliminary consultation on introducing a quality contract in... continue
New Transit
News Lead Story
by Robert Jack
The Campaign for Better Transport compiled questions it wants each party to answer, and New Transit put them to the each party’s transport... continue
New Transit
Cover Story Detail
High Speed Rail Have pledged to provide a comprehensive high speed rail network that would serve all parts of Britain. The Lib Dems claim that they... continue
New Transit
Cover Story Detail
High Speed Rail Would give the go ahead for a new high speed rail line linking London, Birmingham, Manchester and Leeds. This would later be extended... continue
New Transit
Cover Story Detail
High Speed Rail A 250mph network from London to Birmingham with a western branch to Manchester and an eastern branch to Sheffield and Leeds.... continue
New Transit
Politics Lead Story
Andrew Garnett
The Department for Transport has announced plans for further changes to the regulatory framework for local bus services in England. The move could... continue
New Transit
Ben Colson
Ben Colson
One fact that pollsters always report, and which fascinates me, is that as a nation we love our free-on-delivery health policy, but we don’t... continue
New Transit
Inside View
Anonymous
For over 15 years the subject of achieving partnership working in one form or another between local authorities and bus operators has been a high... continue
New Transit
Business Lead Story
Andrew Garnett
Stagecoach has proposed a radical strategy to revitalise bus services in Sheffield over the next decade with a far reaching public-private... continue
New Transit
In brief
Shadow transport minister Theresa Villiers has indicated that an incoming Conservative government would allow local authorities the opportunity to... continue
New Transit
Bus News
A groundbreaking new agreement is being signed in Barnsley today which will result in improvements to the quality of the town’s bus... continue
New Transit
Letters
Tim Stevens, Deeping St. James, Peterborough
It’s not surprising that Metro, the West Yorkshire PTE, is planning to implement bus Quality Contracts in its area. People want a bus network... continue
New Transit
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
New Transit
In brief
Oxford’s two main bus operators and Oxfordshire County Council have formed a partnership which is being billed as the first in the country to... continue
New Transit
Bus News
The Office of Fair Trading has referred UK local bus services, excluding London and Northern Ireland, to the Competition Commission.  This... continue
New Transit
Editorial Comment
This is our last magazine of the decade, and it seems fitting to take a look back. Public transport has seen some huge changes over the past 30... continue
New Transit
Feature
Andrew Garnett
Metro, the West Yorkshire PTE, has gone public with plans for a Quality Contract. Could it finally succeed in bringing buses under local... continue
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