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26 May 2022Local Transport Today News
Photo evidence from public key to behaviour change, says traffic officer

Photo evidence from public key to behaviour change, says traffic officer

Deniz Huseyin

A scheme that involves people in the West Midlands sending the police... continue

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25 May 2022Local Transport Today News
DfT to introduce new vehicle category for electric scooters

DfT to introduce new vehicle category for electric scooters

The UK Government is set to create a low-speed, zero-emission vehicle category which, it says, is “is independent from the cycle and motorcycle categories”. Speaking in the House of Lords, Baroness Vere of Norbiton,... continue

18 May 2022Local Transport Today News

DfT selects Cycling UK to run e-bike scheme

The charity Cycling UK has been selected by the DfT to lead a consortium of partners to deliver a national electric bike support programme. The first pilot scheme has been launched in Greater Manchester. Cycling UK will oversee: Short-term opportunities to try e-cycles schemes: giving people a... continue

18 May 2022Local Transport Today News

Survey shows driver attitudes to ‘close pass’ incidents

Some 96% of drivers in Scotland accept that a ‘close pass’ must be frightening for people cycling while 90% said there should be more protection for cyclists, new research shows. However, the survey also showed that 89% of drivers admitted to sometimes being frustrated when passing... continue

18 May 2022Local Transport Today News
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E-scooters are ‘five times safer’ than bicycles, RoSPA study finds

E-scooters are ‘five times safer’ than bicycles, RoSPA study finds

Mark Moran

E-scooters are significantly less risky than many other forms of... continue

18 May 2022Local Transport Today News
E-cycling made E-asy with loans in five locations

E-cycling made E-asy with loans in five locations

Juliana O'Rourke

Cycling made E-asy is a new scheme funded by the Department for Transport and run by Cycling UK and partners. It gives potential e-bike users... continue

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Mark Moran

Mark Moran

It will be nice to see you all

In recent weeks I have found occasion to feel frustrated while working my way through the throng in the local supermarket, but...

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11 May 2022Parking Review Opinion
Challis champions APCOA’s ethical approach

Challis champions APCOA’s ethical approach

APCOA Parking has launched an environmental, social, and governance (ESG) programme called Sustainability in Action. Kim Challis, currently regional managing director... continue

10 May 2022Parking Review News

BPA makes key appointments

The British Parking Association (BPA) has appointed Jonathan Allen as head of technology, information and research. He joins the BPA from the international education sector. He steps into a role developed by Dr Julian O’Kelly, who recently moved back to the health sector. Allen will be... continue

4 May 2022Parking Review News
Digital traffic order research published

Digital traffic order research published

The digitisation of traffic regulation order (TRO) processes in England is moving forward, with the Department for Transport (DfT) publishing the research that... continue

3 May 2022Parking Review Features
Huge disparities in cycle parking across capital, think tank reports

Huge disparities in cycle parking across capital, think tank reports

Deniz Huseyin

There are stark contrasts in the provision of secure cycle parking... continue

3 May 2022Local Transport Today News
Car is still king… but more want to start cycling, research suggests

Car is still king… but more want to start cycling, research suggests

Deniz Huseyin

More than half of UK adults (55%) agree there is too much traffic... continue

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3 May 2022Local Transport Today News
Excess traffic to blame for delays to emergency services, study finds

Excess traffic to blame for delays to emergency services, study finds

Deniz Huseyin

Too many vehicles rather than traffic calming measures is the most... continue

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3 May 2022Local Transport Today News
E-scooter sales will require approval, Shapps tells MPs

E-scooter sales will require approval, Shapps tells MPs

The government could allow the sale of electric scooters that can be used on roads in England, transport secretary Grant Shapps has told the House of Commons Transport Committee. Legislation enabling retailers to sell... continue

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