Looking at how to make streets safer spaces

Looking at how to make streets safer spaces

Mark Moran

The Department for Transport is seeking views on how street design, maintenance and operation in England could be improved to ensure people feel safer from harassment, intimidation or unwanted sexual behaviour in public spaces. The call for evidence aims to help designers create streets that put... continue

22 Jul 2021Local Transport Today News
Hammersmith Bridge reopens to pedestrians and cyclists

Hammersmith Bridge reopens to pedestrians and cyclists

Mark Moran

Hammersmith Bridge in west London has reopened... continue

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Parking is here to stay

Over the 30 or more years that we have been producing Parking Review, regular readers may have thought that the magazine could...

13 Jul 2021Parking Review Opinion
Callaghan chairs Marston Holdings

Callaghan chairs Marston Holdings

Mark Moran

Transportation and enforcement company Marston Holdings has appointed Steve Callaghan as chairman... continue

13 Jul 2021Parking Review News
British Parking Awards entries revealed

British Parking Awards entries revealed

Mark Moran

Over the past 20 years the British Parking Awards has been a showcase for innovative thinking, excellent management... continue

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Reading to get protected cycle lanes

New segregated cycle lanes will be installed along a main road in Reading along with a cycle hub in the town centre. Reading Borough Council secured £1.17m the Government’s Active Travel fund for the cycler lanes, which will run along both sides of Shinfield Road, from Christchurch... continue

13 Jul 2021Local Transport Today News
Measuring the impact of Covid-19 on cycling

Measuring the impact of Covid-19 on cycling

John Siraut Jacobs

During the first lockdown in March 2020, there was a massive increase in cycling as the roads emptied of motorised vehicles and... continue

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13 Jul 2021Local Transport Today Comment

Sticks as well as carrots are necessary to boost cycling

Roger Geffen Cycling UK, Guildford GU2

Prof David Metz finds that pro-cycling policies are more likely to attract people from public transport than from driving (LTT 28 June). I don’t doubt that he’s right, in many situations. However, this will not always be true, and it certainly isn’t inevitable. In a car-dependent... continue

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The women who keep the country moving

The women who keep the country moving

Mark Moran

Professionals working in the rail and bus sectors were among the winners at the 2021 Amazon everywoman in... continue

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Prime Minister signals scrapping of most COVID restrictions

Prime Minister signals scrapping of most COVID restrictions

Mark Moran

The wearing of face coverings will no longer be legally... continue

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Belfast bike hire to be expanded

Belfast City Council plans to expand its bike hire scheme, despite continuing problems with vandalism of existing bikes. Belfast Bikes was launched in 2015 with 30 docking stations and 300 bikes. It now has 400 bikes and 48 docking stations. The bikes were recently replaced, using Department for... continue

29 Jun 2021Local Transport Today News

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