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670 - 17 April 2015: News
Local Transport Today
John Dales
“Just another road accident”. Death on our streets mustn’t be regarded as mundane
John Dales
In the last episode of the thrilling saga that is Local Transport Today, the editor brought to your notice the fact that a report had been published... continue
Local Transport Today
Viewpoint
Paul Salveson
This month’s column is written in-between election campaigning. I’m standing for the new pro-devolution party Yorkshire First in the... continue
Local Transport Today
Viewpoint
Roger Davies
Roger Davies
Let’s be clear about this: I care passionately about buses. I care that they carry 67% of all the UK’s public transport users, compared... continue
Local Transport Today
Main editorial comment
Local Transport Today
If there were a prize for the manifesto containing the most imaginative transport proposals, the Greens and Liberal Democrats would be vying for this... continue
Local Transport Today
Main editorial comment
The Green Party is fielding a number of candidates in the general election who may be familiar names to LTT readers. Jonathan Tyler of consultant... continue
Local Transport Today
Letters to the editor
Sean Corker
After reading the interview with 20’s Plenty for Us founder Rod King, the overriding conclusion to be drawn is how little his views have been... continue
Local Transport Today
Letters to the editor
Paul Withrington
May I respond to the highly successful but dismally conceived 20’s Plenty for Us campaign by Rod King, which has featured prominently in the... continue
Local Transport Today
Letters to the editor
Malcolm Heymer
There are a few issues raised in the interview with Rod King, the founder of campaign group 20’s Plenty for Us, that I would like to comment on... continue
Local Transport Today
Letters to the editor
The implications of open access rail service applications are too serious to be left to the ORR’s opaque procedures, says Jonathan Tyler
Jonathan Tyler
It is an extraordinary commentary on railway policy that the Department for Transport has to write to the Office of Rail Regulation effectively... continue
Local Transport Today
Letters to the editor
Keith Peat
Do we really need the extension of road accident investigation as proposed by the Road Safety Commission (‘Independent road safety body... continue
Local Transport Today
Letters to the editor
Phillippa Edmunds
At the moment, the vast majority of the longer lorry trailers are only using the strategic road network outside urban areas (‘No evidence... continue
Local Transport Today
Viewpoint
Chris Boardman:?“It’s no coincidence that the cities  topping world polls for quality of life and happiness have high bicycle use”
Ask most people if they would like to live in a place where their children would be able to cycle or walk to school; where people are fitter,... continue