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Crawley’s pop-up cycleway completed

Crawley’s pop-up cycleway completed

Mark Moran

A trial, pop-up cycleway created in Crawley by West Sussex County Council is now open. The route is an... continue

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29 Sep 2020Local Transport Today News
£56m for Portsmouth and South East Hampshire transport network

£56m for Portsmouth and South East Hampshire transport network

Mark Moran

Local transport projects in the Portsmouth city region will... continue

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28 Sep 2020Local Transport Today News
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£32m for Norwich’s transport network

£32m for Norwich’s transport network

Mark Moran

Norwich is to receive just over £32m of government funding to overhaul local transport links. Funding... continue

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28 Sep 2020Local Transport Today News
Welsh Government accuses UK Government of re-announcing existing spending pledges

Welsh Government accuses UK Government of re-announcing existing spending pledges

Mark Moran

Wales is not receiving the level of investment in transport infrastructure... continue

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Road traffic levels get back to normal but rail stuck in siding

Road traffic levels get back to normal but rail stuck in siding

Andrew Forster

Road traffic volumes in Britain are exceeding their pre-Covid... continue

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21 Sep 2020Local Transport Today News

Inspector backs S Oxon’s car-based housing plan

Thousands of new homes could be built in an isolated, car dependent location in south Oxfordshire after a planning inspector indicated he was minded to approve the proposal.  Jonathan Bore has backed a plan to build homes on Chalgrove Airfield in his preliminary conclusions on South... continue

21 Sep 2020Local Transport Today News
Borough suspends ‘flawed’ low traffic neighbourhoods

Borough suspends ‘flawed’ low traffic neighbourhoods

London’s programme of low traffic neighbourhood road closures is running into more controversy, with one borough announcing the suspension of its programme and another threatening to take its neighbour... continue

21 Sep 2020Local Transport Today News
Hammersmith Bridge taskforce formed

Hammersmith Bridge taskforce formed

The DfT has formed a taskforce to find a solution to reopen Hammersmith Bridge in west London. Hammersmith Bridge has been closed to... continue

21 Sep 2020Local Transport Today News

‘Waive council contributions to projects’

The Government should temporarily waive the need for councils to contribute to the capital costs of major local transport  projects, the England’s Economic Heartland has suggested.  The EEH wants a five-year dispensation from local authority financial contributions to projects in... continue

21 Sep 2020Local Transport Today News
21 Sep 2020Local Transport Today News

Virtual exhibitions for road schemes

Transport Scotland is seeking views on proposals for continued  public engagement on trunk road improvement schemes while Covid-19 social distancing restrictions make physical exhibitions impractical. It has launched a ‘future public engagement virtual exhibition’ and is seeking... continue

21 Sep 2020Local Transport Today News

Fresh twist to Herts rail freight depot saga

The saga of a proposed strategic rail freight interchange (SRFI) near St Albans in Hertfordshire may not yet be over after planning inspectors rejected the local council’s efforts to end the dispute.  St Albans City & District Council has fought a long campaign against the plan to... continue

21 Sep 2020Local Transport Today News
21 Sep 2020Local Transport Today News

Barnet calls for orbital bus routes

New orbital bus services in north London, possibly running on segregated routes, have been proposed in a transport strategy published by the London Borough of Barnet.  The document, prepared by consultant Steer, says existing orbital bus services are unattractive to users, with vehicles often... continue

21 Sep 2020Local Transport Today News
21 Sep 2020Local Transport Today News

Council reduces parking for new homes

Fewer parking spaces will be permitted in new developments by the new Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole council.  Consultation is underway on a draft parking standards supplementary planning document to replace the policies of the three councils that covered the area until April – the... continue

21 Sep 2020Local Transport Today News
NR and HE identify success criteria for parkway stations

NR and HE identify success criteria for parkway stations

Highways England and Network Rail have collaborated on new guidance to help local authorities and third party funders decide if a parkway rail station is an appropriate investment.  The guidance says parkway stations... continue

21 Sep 2020Local Transport Today News

DfT’s cities cash spent in rural areas

Very little of the DfT’s Transforming Cities Fund grant awarded to the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority is actually being spent on urban transport schemes, data published by the combined authority shows. About £33m of grant has been allocated to projects in... continue

21 Sep 2020Local Transport Today News

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