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Local Transport Today
Secondary stories
Rhodri Clark
A high profile demand responsive bus service focused on a large industrial estate in North Wales will be scrapped and replaced by scheduled services... continue
Local Transport Today
In brief
The Welsh Government has launched a new discount bus travel scheme for 16-18 year olds, giving one-third off the price of an adult bus fare. The... continue
Local Transport Today
Regular news
Delivering the Welsh Government’s planned upgrading of public transport in south-east Wales will require at least 50 permanent staff, the... continue
Local Transport Today
News
The DfT has updated the timetable for rail franchising in England and Wales. Milestone dates are: Essex Thameside: franchise start November 2014 /... continue
Categories: Railways, England, Wales
Parking Review
Crime
Deniz Huseyin
Businesses in the west Wales town of Cardigan have reported a rise in trade after vandalism destroyed seven off-street pay & display machines... continue
Categories: crime, Wales
Local Transport Today
News
The City of Cardiff Council and developer Rightacres Property Ltd have selected architects Forster + Partners to design the new bus station to be... continue
Local Transport Today
Regular news
The Welsh Government is developing a business case for a third bridge over the Menai Strait, which separates Anglesey from the mainland. Congestion... continue
Local Transport Today
Secondary stories
The Welsh Government’s new transport company will be modelled on Transport for London, Welsh transport minister Edwina Hart has confirmed. The... continue
Local Transport Today
Media monitor
“Bendy buses are to disappear from the streets of Swansea,” local paper The South Wales Evening Post announced on 24 June. “The... continue
Parking Review
Operational
Deniz Huseyin
Ceredigion’s head of parking services Katy Spain has appeared before a judge accused of misconduct in public office. Spain, who was named Young... continue
Categories: local government, Wales
Parking Review
News Lead Story
The Supreme Court will hear motorist Barry Beavis’s appeal against a parking penalty issued by ParkingEye on 21 July. The court will decide on... continue
Parking Review
News Lead Story
Mark Moran
A Private Member’s Bill calling for a ban on pavement parking in England and Wales has been submitted to Parliament by the North Dorset MP... continue
Parking Review
People News
The Traffic Penalty Tribunal has appointed barrister Stephen Knapp as its deputy chief adjudicator. Knapp has been an adjudicator at the Traffic... continue
Parking Review
Viewpoint
Phil Grant
Pavement parking has been a contentious issue for some time. As pressure on the kerbside increases, motorists are continually looking for a parking... continue
Parking Review
Letters
Michael Greenslade
In the June issue of Parking Review Caroline Hamilton, the chief parking and road traffic adjudicat... continue
Parking Review
Letters
Caroline Sheppard
Michael Robinson’s article in the May edition of Parking Review does insufficient justice to... continue
Parking Review
Technology
Bay sensors are being installed on-street and in car parks in Cardiff as part of a city council pilot scheme to see whether providing drivers with... continue
Local Transport Today
Regular news
Strathclyde Partnership for Transport has voiced concern about the delivery of the infrastructure improvements on the Fastlink bus priority corridor,... continue
Local Transport Today
Secondary stories
Rhodri Clark
Passenger journeys on Welsh buses reached a record low in 2013/14, according to industry body CPT Cymru.  The long-term decline in bus patronage... continue
Local Transport Today
In brief
Edwina Hart, Wales’ minister for economy, science and transport, has announced that she will step down at next year’s Welsh Assembly... continue
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