UK Climate Change Risk Assessment 2022: potential vulnerabilities for the transport system

UK Climate Change Risk Assessment 2022: potential vulnerabilities for the transport system

Juliana O'Rourke

The Government has published the UK’s Third Climate Change Risk Assessment (CCRA3), recognising the unprecedented challenge of ensuring the UK is resilient to climate change and setting out the work already underway to meet that challenge. The five-year... continue

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My New Year wishes for UK transport

My New Year wishes for UK transport

Anthony Smith, Chief Executive, Transport Focus "Passengers will be wishing for clean and reliable buses and trains, value for money fares,... continue

18 Jan 2022Local Transport Today Comment
Are transport specialists practising self-deception?

Are transport specialists practising self-deception?

Steve Melia

What do transport specialists believe is likely to... continue

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New thinking on rail appraisal should extend across the modes

New thinking on rail appraisal should extend across the modes

David Metz

WITH BOTH ROAD AND RAIL investment schemes very much in the... continue

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Peter Stonham

Peter Stonham

Technology brings challenges as well as benefits

It's an obvious truth that we live in a world being constantly reshaped by technology. And no more so than in transport. In...

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17 Jan 2022Parking Review News
West Midlands parking app launched

West Midlands parking app launched

Swift is well known as the West Midlands regional travel card which can be used for paying for buses, trams and trains. It is now... continue

17 Jan 2022Parking Review News
Concern at rising number of private parking notices

Concern at rising number of private parking notices

The RAC Foundation has raised concerns over an increase in the number of parking charge notices (PCNs) being issued to drivers alleged to have breached rules when parking on private land. Companies... continue

17 Jan 2022Parking Review News
Compliance with parking rules depends on effective deterrence

Compliance with parking rules depends on effective deterrence

The RAC Foundation has estimated that almost 8 million parking charges may be issued on private land. This reflects the year-on-year increase in car ownership, with millions more cars parking every day and a shift away from the use of public... continue

17 Jan 2022Parking Review Opinion
Iberia Express works with ParkVia

Iberia Express works with ParkVia

Spanish low-cost airline Iberia Express has appointed pre-booked parking provider ParkVia as its exclusive parking... continue

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Driverless trial underway in MK

Peter Stonham

A large-scale remotely-controlled car trial on public roads has started this month in Milton Keynes. It is the first significant project to offer ‘driverless’ travel on public roads, although the vehicles will be controlled remotely by an operator rather than driving themselves. The... continue

17 Jan 2022Local Transport Today News
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APCOA and UPS form logistics partnership

APCOA and UPS form logistics partnership

APCOA Parking and courier services company UPS have launched an international partnership that will see car parks used as micro-logistics hubs in Ireland and... continue

17 Jan 2022Parking Review News
Free taxis used to tackle Covid-19 booster access problems

Free taxis used to tackle Covid-19 booster access problems

Rhodri Clark

An LTT survey has revealed the extent to which... continue

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Cardiff bike hire re-starts after vandalism spike

Bicycle hire returned to the streets of Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan this week, after changes to address the vandalism which caused all hire bikes to be removed in November. Nextbike initially returned 400 bikes to the area, focused on the stations with highest usage, and will provide more... continue

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CoMoUK launches mobility hub toolkit developed for Scotland

CoMoUK launches mobility hub toolkit developed for Scotland

Collaborative Mobility UK (CoMoUK) has created the free guide with the aim of driving the creation of more sustainable transport options. The Mobility Hubs Toolkit publication is specifically aimed at Scotland. It contains information... continue

17 Jan 2022Parking Review News

British Land rethinks portfolio and embraces hubs

Property company British Land is moving away from its traditional portfolio of shopping centres and office buildings and towards logistics hubs. It plans to buy and convert car parks and empty retail centres into urban distribution hubs for online shopping and same-day grocery deliveries. The short... continue

17 Jan 2022Parking Review News
Leicester consults on levy scheme

Leicester consults on levy scheme

Leicester City Council has launched a public consultation over its proposed Workplace Parking Levy (WPL), a scheme that the... continue

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