AppyParking becomes AppyWay as its focus shifts to international projects

AppyParking becomes AppyWay as its focus shifts to international projects

Kerbside technology specialist AppyParking has launched a new parent brand, AppyWay, as the business prepares to expand its international business activities. Having recently completed a successful Series A funding... continue

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Digitising the kerbside

Digitising the kerbside

Dan Hubert, CEO, AppyWay

Kerbside technology specialist AppyParking has launched a new parent... continue

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17 Sep 2019Parking Review Features

Winning hearts and minds: a lesson in how smart approaches are delivering citizen-focused services

Joanne Phoenix, Sensor City

There’s no escaping the fact that when it comes to the delivery of health and social care, we’re facing a growing global problem. We live in an age where the financial and human resources needed to deliver healthcare safely and effectively are stretched to the limit. With this in mind,... continue

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A digital overhaul for the planning system

A digital overhaul for the planning system

Stefan Webb

The land use planning system – how cities allocate land for development, develop policies for the kind of development... continue

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TfL to convert and rebase London ONE model into Aimsun Next

TfL to convert and rebase London ONE model into Aimsun Next

Gavin Jackman, Director, Aimsun

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Future-proofing EV expansion: the CHARGE team at Smarter Tomorrow 2019

Future-proofing EV expansion: the CHARGE team at Smarter Tomorrow 2019

Smarter Tomorrow 2019, held in Liverpool on 23 and 24 October, will host a workshop and presentations outlining the first updates from the £8.5m CHARGE project to accelerate the wide-scale adoption of electric vehicles across Merseyside, Cheshire, north Shropshire and... continue

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Treasury announces £200m for buses

The Chancellor Sajiv Javid has promised more than £200m of extra funding for buses in England next year. Details of the funding are still to be announced. The Treasury said the cash would “transform bus services, making best use of technology and promoting... continue

13 Sep 2019Local Transport Today News
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NR challenges foot crossing re-opening

Network Rail is appealing against a planning inspector’s  ruling that a public right of way over a railway must be re-opened.  Following a three-day public inquiry in May, planning inspector Joanne Burston said she was satisfied there was evidence of 20 years’ use of the... continue

13 Sep 2019Local Transport Today News

Newham to trial cargo bikes for weekly shop

The London Borough of Newham wants to launch a cargo-bike hire service targeted at residents doing their weekly shop.  Newham principal policy officer Steve Tennison told councillors: “The transportation of bulky goods (such as a weekly shop) is very challenging by sustainable means.... continue

13 Sep 2019Local Transport Today News

Electric & hydrogen deckers for London

Two London bus routes will become the first in the UK to use only electric double-deck buses this autumn. Route 43 runs from Friern Barnet to London Bridge Station and the 134 runs from North Finchley bus station to Tottenham Court Road. The vehicles are being built by Leeds-based Optare and the... continue

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Vandals ‘damaging 3.5 hire bikes a day’ in Cardiff

GPS equipment on hire bikes in Cardiff has been improved as part of efforts to reduce vandalism, which is now affecting 3.5 bikes per day on average. Operator Nextbike says the launch of its Cardiff scheme in March 2018 was its most successful ever in the UK, based on the numbers of customers and... continue

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Cost of rail re-opening study doubles

The cost of development work for a passenger service over the freight-only Brentford to Southall railway has almost doubled, the London Borough of Hounslow has reported.  Hounslow says Network Rail originally estimated that the cost of the Grip 3 (option selection) and Grip 4 (single option... continue

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Drivers evaded £46m of tolls on Dartford Crossings last year

Rhodri Clark

Non-payment of electronic tolls at the Dartford Crossings cost taxpayers almost £46m in 2018/19, the DfT has revealed. The loss is lower than in 2017/18 but the DfT explains that write-offs in 2017/18 were exceptionally high because they included a “legacy” of debts from soon... continue

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