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Issue 280 - 31 July 2015: Opinion
Debates

‘Free parking’ back in the headlines
Mark Moran
The government minister responsible for high streets has voiced support for the provision of free public parking. The Department for Communities and... continue

Letters
The PM wants free parking in market towns, but who will pay?

The PM wants free parking in market towns, but who will pay?
Patrick Troy, chief executive, British Parking Association

There is no such thing as a free parking space: someone has to pay for it. This is true everywhere: in town centres, at the beach and in the countryside. Some car parks may be free at the point of use but someone is paying... continue

Dear minister, there is no such thing as 'free parking'
Patrick Troy, chief executive, British Parking Association

Letter to Marcus Jones MP: Car parking policy – the Cardigan experience Dear Marcus, I thought I would follow up the media interest in the case of Cardigan where, due to vandalism of parking machines in local car... continue

Viewpoint
A green light for autonomous vehicles on the open road

A green light for autonomous vehicles on the open road
Professor Nick Reed, technical lead of the GATEWay project and academy director at TRL, welcomed the government's announcement of a new code of... continue