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Parking Review
Parking Policy
The rising cost of motoring has led 24% of motorists in London to give up their car over the past 12 months, a survey suggests. By abandoning their... continue
Parking Review
Feature
In these times of austerity local authorities are trying to boost income levels while driving down the number of complaints they receive. This is a... continue
Parking Review
Articles
Out-of-court punishments have been criticised as “piecemeal and largely uncontrolled” in a joint report for HM Inspectorate of... continue
Parking Review
Traffic Management
Night-time deliveries to shops and businesses could offer a remedy to town centre congestion, if carried out in a sensitive manner, a study backed by... continue
Categories: reports, retail, All of UK
Parking Review
Enforcement Lead Story
Mark Moran
Over four million penalty charge notices (PCNs) are issued by councils outside London, according to the Traffic Penalty Tribunal (TPT). The... continue
Parking Review
Parking Policy Lead Story
Mark Moran
The conversion of front gardens into car parking is just one of the trends which has led to a worrying decline in green spaces in London, says a new... continue
Parking Review
Railways Lead Story
Rail station parking is an important revenue stream, and the addition of 10,000 more spaces to the UK rail network could generate another £38m... continue
New Transit
Bus News Lead Story
The Competition Commission’s 17-month inquiry into local bus markets has found that competition between operators is highly limited throughout... continue
Categories: Bus, Reports, Other, All of UK
New Transit
Rail News
The Passenger Transport Executives are set to win extensive new powers over rail services after talks with the Department for Transport’s... continue
New Transit
Rail News Lead Story
An independent report commissioned by Network Rail has cleared former chief executive Iain Coucher of allegations claiming he had taken illicit... continue
New Transit
Viewpoint
Paul Salveson
One of the great achievements of UK Government transport policy in the late 1960s was the creation of the passenger transport executives (PTEs) in... continue
New Transit
Business
A new model for rural rail lines is proposed in the McNulty report which draws heavily on experience from passenger railways in Europe and freight... continue
New Transit
Business
One of the key findings of the McNulty review was that the effectiveness of research, development, testing and innovation in the UK rail industry... continue
Categories: Rail, Reports, Other, All of UK
New Transit
Business
A radical new template for restructuring Network Rail and its relationship with train operators is set out in the McNulty report. It extends... continue
New Transit
Reflections
By the middle of the century, passenger movements around the globe will have trebled from the level in 2000. Although there will be major growth in... continue
New Transit
Reflections
The UK railway revolution begun by the privatisation legislation in 1993 has been an almost permanent one. The pioneering approach, now increasingly... continue
New Transit
Reflections
The British government prompted Competition Commission inquiry into local bus services may not have been billed as a means of creating a new... continue
Parking Review
Business News Lead Story
Parking enforcement contractor NSL has seen its revenues remain steady in the face of a tightening economy. NSL chief financial officer Steve Dolton... continue
Parking Review
Awards
The 15th European Parking Association (EPA) Congress takes place in the Italian city of Turin between 14-16 September. The congress theme is... continue
Parking Review
Parking Policy
The Home Office has launched a consultation on a new code of practice governing the use of closed circuit television (CCTV) systems and other... continue
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