Predicting directions of travel in 2020

Predicting directions of travel in 2020

Peter O'Driscoll

Throughout 2019, the parking and mobility industry has had to embrace and adjust to a number of new factors around service provision. With the rise of mobility-as-a-service (MaaS) and integrated mobility solutions, the parking sector has undergone a year of transition with consumer behaviour and... continue

14 Dec 2019Parking Review Opinion

New greenspace and wellbeing guide for housing associations

Greenspace and Wellbeing: A Good Practice Guide for Housing Associations, has been published by Linc Cymru in Wales. Housing associations are well placed to help deliver benefits from access to the outdoors and green space, and this guide is a good starting point for housing associations who want... continue

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17 Jan 2020Local Transport Today News

Eastern Highways Alliance invites bids for future framework

On behalf of the Eastern Highways Alliance (EHA), Essex County Council, will be seeking Contractors to undertake Highways Works including Structural Work, Surfacing, Road Works and Capital Schemes forHighways. Details are available online A bidders event will be held at 9am on the 21st January... continue

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17 Jan 2020Parking Review News
How the car made the modern world... and where is it driving next?

How the car made the modern world... and where is it driving next?

The car was the driving force that accelerated the pace of life in the 20th century. This is the central idea of a new exhibition being staged at the V&A in London. The retrospective brings together a selection of cars that have never been on display in the... continue

16 Jan 2020Parking Review Features

Open data interface for ParkMap cloud service

Buchanan Computing has expanded its ParkMap cloud service with the addition of a web service for the sharing of traffic order data. The service uses an open API (application programming interface) as part of the ParkMap 7 cloud system, which enables local authorities to capture and manage their... continue

16 Jan 2020Parking Review Products & Services

Bus Open Data Service launch nears

An Open Data Service for bus service information will be launched early this year, the DfT has confirmed. The first information to be available will be routes and timetables, followed by fares  and real-time data about bus locations from next year. Software developers will be able to build the... continue

10 Jan 2020Local Transport Today News
2020: the year of the bus?

2020: the year of the bus?

Bus passengers across England will soon be able to plan their journeys much in much more detail thanks... continue

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10 Jan 2020Local Transport Today News

TfL procures journey time data for roads

Transport for London is procuring a two-year contract for the supply of journey time data on the capital’s road network.  The ‘Data as a Service - Journey Time Data’ (DaaS-JTD) contract is the first new and improved data source to be procured as part of TfL’s data... continue

10 Jan 2020Local Transport Today News
Oxford and Oxfordshire publish details of UK’s first city centre Zero Emission Zone (ZEZ)

Oxford and Oxfordshire publish details of UK’s first city centre Zero Emission Zone (ZEZ)

Oxford City Council and Oxfordshire County Council have published final draft proposals for the UK’s first city centre Zero Emission Zone (ZEZ), to be introduced later this year. The proposed Red Zone marks the next step towards cleaner air in Oxford, and a reduction in the health risks for people living and working in the city. It is also... continue

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10 Jan 2020Local Transport Today News

14 pilots receive funding to boost town centres

The first 14 of 20 pilot areas, many of them in the North, to receive tailored expert support to assist in rejuvenating their town centres has been announced by by Communities Secretary Robert Jenrick from the Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government. The first 101 places to benefit... continue

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3 Jan 2020Local Transport Today News
Competition time: British Parking Awards 2020

Competition time: British Parking Awards 2020

The annual search for the best schemes, teams and ideas in UK parking is underway, with operators, car park designers and technologists all invited to enter the British Parking... continue

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2 Jan 2020Parking Review News

Mark Moran

Mark Moran

Parking made the headlines in 2019

There is never a problem finding news and feature articles with which to fill the pages of Parking Review, as the hefty weight of...

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31 Dec 2019Parking Review Opinion
Parking reviewed… Parking Review at 30

Parking reviewed… Parking Review at 30

When it appeared 30 years ago, the very first edition of Parking Review stated that the new title would be a quarterly, but I must admit that back in... continue

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31 Dec 2019Parking Review Opinion
New UK review of child-friendly planning published

New UK review of child-friendly planning published

This review, written by Dr Jenny Wood, Dinah Bornat and Professor Aude Bicquelet-Lock, is an analysis of how children’s rights are presented within the national planning policies and supporting... continue

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18 Dec 2019Local Transport Today News
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18 Dec 2019Local Transport Today News

Cleverciti Systems hires Parker

Cleverciti Systems has appointed David Parker as its chief operating officer. Parker was previously at Cox Automotive, where he served as chief operating officer of Modix, a digital marketing company.... continue

14 Dec 2019Parking Review News
Let's get connected

Let's get connected

Paul Moorby OBE

Your vehicle is already more connected than you realise.... continue

14 Dec 2019Parking Review Opinion
Let’s clear the air

Let’s clear the air

Adam Dolphin

The UK government declared a climate change emergency in... continue

14 Dec 2019Parking Review Opinion
P is for... parking, problems and public space

P is for... parking, problems and public space

Dr Karol Kurnicki

Parking is a problem for drivers, who often struggle with the availability of spaces and prices. It is also an issue for pedestrians and... continue

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14 Dec 2019Parking Review Opinion

It's time to think ahead

Chris Evans

Increased automation, connectivity and the electrification of transport are leading to a seismic shift in the way we travel. With new petrol and diesel cars being phased out, carmakers are shifting their energies and resources to manufacturing affordable battery electric vehicles (BEVs). In view of... continue

14 Dec 2019Parking Review Opinion

Journey apps can help the visually impaired

Aira, along with tech leaders Moovit and Azure Maps, have joined forces to make public transit in and around urban areas more inclusive for blind and low vision riders and others by bringing together the technological expertise of each company to remove barriers that people with vision loss face in... continue

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9 Dec 2019Local Transport Today News

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