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Department for Transport seeks local authority transport data to aid COVID-19 response

Mark Moran

The Department for Transport is looking sourcing data sets of transport movements from local authorities across the country. The data will be used to support the Government’s policies to the COVID-19 outbreak. Collection of the data is being coordinated by ITS (UK). The DfT is keen to source... continue

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25 Mar 2020Local Transport Today News
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24 Mar 2020Local Transport Today News
MPs to question transport secretary on impact of COVID-19

MPs to question transport secretary on impact of COVID-19

Mark Moran

The House of Commons Transport Committee will question... continue

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21 Mar 2020Local Transport Today News
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TfL suspends road user charging schemes to help critical workers

TfL suspends road user charging schemes to help critical workers

Mark Moran

Transport for London has announced that all road user charging... continue

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21 Mar 2020Local Transport Today News
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21 Mar 2020Local Transport Today News

TfL progresses active travel ferry

Transport for London has confirmed plans for a new ferry service for pedestrians and cyclists between Rotherhithe and Canary Wharf in east London.  Plans for a pedestrian and cycling bridge across the Thames in the same location were dropped last summer after the estimated cost soared... continue

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20 Mar 2020Local Transport Today News
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Climate safe streets: how most Londoners won't need  a car after 2030

Climate safe streets: how most Londoners won't need a car after 2030

The London Cycling Campaign has launched its ‘Climate Safe Streets’ report, a roadmap to decarbonise the capital’s roads in the next 10 years. Download the full Climate Safe Streets report  It lays out in detail the specific decisions the next Mayor of... continue

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18 Mar 2020Local Transport Today News
Cities should invest today for an e-bike future: sales will 'explode', says report

Cities should invest today for an e-bike future: sales will 'explode', says report

Technological innovations and the spread of bikesharing platforms are making bicycling more attractive to millions of commuters. Bicycling’s upswing in popularity could mean cleaner air, less traffic, and healthier people for cities worldwide, says Deloitte Insights. According to the latest tech report from... continue

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17 Mar 2020Local Transport Today News
Car-free district for 12,000 people planned in Utrecht

Car-free district for 12,000 people planned in Utrecht

The 'cyclist-first' city of Utrecht is constructing the Netherlands’ first high-density, car-free residential district for more than 12,000 people, making it one of the largest of its type in the world,... continue

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16 Mar 2020Local Transport Today News
£90 million fund for Future of Transport zones (formerly FMZ) as wider consultation launched

£90 million fund for Future of Transport zones (formerly FMZ) as wider consultation launched

The government has launched a consultation to make journeys easier, smarter and greener through new technology as part of the Future of Transport regulatory review. This programme was previously called the Future of Mobility Regulatory Review, and Future Transport Zones were formerly called Future Mobility Zones. Alongside the review, a £90... continue

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Play Streets to be rolled out in Portsmouth

Play Streets to be rolled out in Portsmouth

Deniz Huseyin

Portsmouth City Council has approved a scheme that will allow residents to close streets to through traffic for Play Streets.... continue

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Guide Dogs is seeking a safer pathway

Guide Dogs is seeking a safer pathway

Mark Moran

The charity Guide Dogs has called on the UK government to bring forward proposals for a new law to control... continue

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Dangerous parking is unbearable

Dangerous parking is unbearable

Children, parents and staff at a Newcastle school have been highlighting the dangers of pavement parking outside their... continue

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Consultation on national pavement parking ban

Consultation on national pavement parking ban

Government is set to consult on proposals for a national pavement parking ban. Last year, a committee of MPs called for a nationwide ban on the 'blight' of parking on... continue

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British Parking Awards 2020 winners revealed

British Parking Awards 2020 winners revealed

The deployment of parking bay sensors across Harrogate, a giant multi-storey coach park at Wembley and a scheme that deters dangerous parking outside schools were among the... continue

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9 Mar 2020Parking Review News

DfT awards £93m for highway repairs

The DfT has awarded 32 local authorities in England a share of £93.4m to repair roads and bridges. A further £100m is being made available for local highways authorities to bid for in 2020/21... continue

6 Mar 2020Local Transport Today News

Pothole sensor app wins funding

A proposed app that will detect the location of potholes from cyclists’ behaviour has received funding from the Government’s Transport Technology Research and Innovation Grants (T-TRIG) programme. The app would use mobile phone sensors to measure when cyclists ride over or swerve to... continue

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