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Welsh plan for cycleways and public transport in every village

Rhodri Clark

Every village in Wales will have a safe cycle route to the nearest town and hourly public transport, if an ambitious Welsh Government plan comes to fruition. Details of the “rural offer” are due to be revealed next year, in the delivery plan for the Llwybr Newydd transport strategy. LTT... continue

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Free e-bike loan scheme launched in Wales

Rhodri Clark

An electric bike pilot scheme is being rolled out in five locations across Wales – Rhyl, Swansea, Newtown (with links to Aberystwyth) and Barry – offering free loan of the bikes to residents. The scheme, which has received £1m funding from the Welsh Government, is being run by the... continue

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Electric cargo bikes for hire

An electric cargo bike share scheme has been launched in the London borough of Hackney. Eight electrically assisted cargo bikes will be available to rent from four docking stations across the borough, with two in Shoreditch, one in London Fields and one in Stoke Newington.  Each of the e-cargo... continue

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More bike hire for Coventry

Coventry’s cycle hire scheme has been expanded to Coventry Railway Station and the University of Warwick campus, with an additional 75 bikes and nine new docking stations made available to users.  Seven of the docking stations are on the University of Warwick site while the other two... continue

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North Essex Parking Partnership elects a new chair

North Essex Parking Partnership elects a new chair

The local authorities that make up the North Essex Parking Partnership (NEPP) have elected a new chair. Cllr Sue Lissimore is the deputy to the cabinet member for highways maintenance and sustainable... continue

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Mark Moran

Mark Moran

Fresh thinking is in the air

Poor air quality and chronic traffic congestion in the UK’s urban centres have pushed traffic and parking management up the...

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Dowey drives mobility hub agenda in Scotland

Dowey drives mobility hub agenda in Scotland

Architect Mark Dowey has been hired by transport charity Collaborative Mobility UK (CoMoUK) to support its advocacy work for mobility hubs in Scotland. As senior development... continue

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Wade to manage Park Active

Wade to manage Park Active

Chris Wade has become business development manager for the Park Active initiative launched by the... continue

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Creating streets that work for all

Creating streets that work for all

Priority one of the government’s Decarbonising Transport: a Better, Greener Britain plan is to accelerate modal shift to public... continue

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REEF cooks up a mobility hub deal with APCOA

REEF cooks up a mobility hub deal with APCOA

Car parks across Britain and Ireland could become bases for ‘dark kitchens’, local distribution hubs and even converted into vertical farms under a deal signed... continue

17 Sep 2021Parking Review News
The Rees Jeffreys Road Fund Competition launch webinar: on demand

The Rees Jeffreys Road Fund Competition launch webinar: on demand

The Trustees are offering grants – up to a possible £150,000, plus cash prizes of £5,000 for schools – to encourage new and creative thinking about what road users, and society as a whole, expect from the roads of the future. The BIG... continue

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Peter Stonham

Peter Stonham

All change

Re-examination of existing policy is these days nothing unusual. Indeed, it is arguably a more prevalent activity than creating...

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Hydrogen investment fund launched

Hydrogen investment fund launched

Deniz Huseyin

British industrialist Jo Bamford and multi-family investment partnership Vedra have launched... continue

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Parents asked to park considerately

Parents asked to park considerately

Eastleigh Borough Council is is drawing on resources created by the British Parking Association to remind parents and guardians to make... continue

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