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Viewpoint
Paul Salveson
Women are the ‘great unseen’ in transport decision- making. Yet they make up the majority of bus users in Britain, and account for 46% of... continue
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Bus News
Transport for London has set out plans to make an extra £2.6bn of efficiency savings before 2018 in order to protect investment in frontline... continue
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Viewpoint
Peter Wiltshire
Katarynza is a ‘Store Colleague’ for Boots. You can see her on the careers website (www.boots.jobs/stores/ roles/store-colleagues/).... continue
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Rail News
The loss-making London Midland franchise has launched a consultation with passengers and other stakeholders on proposed new opening hours for 86 of... 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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People Lead Story
Andrew Garnett
Go Ahead this morning announced the retirement of chief executive Keith Ludeman next year. He will be succeeded by David Brown, the current managing... continue
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People Lead Story
Networking The Young Railway Professionals will soon celebrate it’s first anniversary. YRP was formed in October 2009 and has already made... continue
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People
From the classroom to the boardroom? Anything seems possible for IRO student Andrew Dickinson, whose hard work has earnt him a degree in Railway... continue
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People
There are many people holding a range of high management positions in Stagecoach’s Uk bus business who started their careers as trainee drivers... continue
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People Lead Story
The Liberal Democrats have criticised redundancy and early retirement payments at the Department for Transport under the previous Labour... continue
Categories: Staff, DfT/SRA, Other, All of UK
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Cover Story
Robert Jack and James Dark
As we enter a period of austerity, it is clear that investment in public transport is going to dry up. There will be less money for new... continue
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End of the line
The Times recently reported that in China the phrase ‘comrade’ is now being swept aside in favour of the more Western, and capitalistic,... continue
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In brief
Apprenticeships London Underground infraco firm Tube Lines recently played host to some heavyweights of the UK business world interested in learning... continue
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Feature
They are the young guns who will change how we travel in the future. They are the strategists, the commercial brains, the operational experts and... continue
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Cover Story Detail
The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport UK offers a range of services to help young managers achieve their career aspirations. www.... continue
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Cover Story Detail
Despite recent progress in developing the new generation of managers, barriers still remain to making public transport a career of choice for the... continue
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Reflections
Peter Stonham
A while back the shares listings published by one of the more serious newspapers had one of their periodic reshuffles. Suddenly the big quoted bus... continue
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Bus News
A change of career at 66 years of age is not something everyone pursues, but for John Culshaw, a new bus driver straight out of First Glasgow’s... continue
Categories: Bus, People, Staff, First, Other, Scotland
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Bus News
Four directors at First’s Devon &?Cornwall bus operations went ‘back to the floor’ for a day last month in a move that aimed to... continue
Parking Review
Traffic Management
Having pioneered the use of “headcams” for civil parking enforcement, NSL Services Group showcased a new style of body-worn cameras at... continue
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