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 photos of dangerously and thoughtlessly parked cars will change driver behaviour, predicts traffic officer PC Mark Hodson. Operation Park Safe... continue

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25 May 2022Local Transport Today News
Queen’s Speech promises Transport Bill to set up Great British Railways

Queen’s Speech promises Transport Bill to set up Great British Railways

Peter Stonham

A Transport Bill in the new Parliamentary session will implement plans... continue

18 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
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Failing utility firms to be inspected more frequently

Street works carried out by poorly performing utility companies will be inspected more frequently, the DfT has announced.  Under the new rules some utility firms will face more inspections from highways authorities after re-instating streets after completing works. The utility company will... continue

18 May 2022Local Transport Today News
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

Technology trials to develop ‘noise camera’ for curbing boy racers

Mark Moran

A search for Britain’s noisiest streets has been launched by the DfT, with four areas across England and Wales set to trial technology to help stop rowdy motorists revving their engines unnecessarily or using illegal exhausts. Since the technology is still in its design phase, MPs are being... continue

18 May 2022Local Transport Today News
Multi-agency enforcement safeguards communities

Multi-agency enforcement safeguards communities

Dyl Kurpil

From dog fouling to graffiti, drinking in town centres to illegal e-scooter riding, towns and cities across the UK are blighted by the... continue

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15 May 2022Parking Review Opinion
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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
HUBER opens a supply line to the people of Ukraine

HUBER opens a supply line to the people of Ukraine

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has seen organisations, families and individuals across the UK and Europe look for ways to make a positive contribution to the plight of people who have been... continue

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10 May 2022Parking Review News
Donaldson takes up WPS role

Donaldson takes up WPS role

Parking technology company WPS Parking Solutions has appointed Thomas Donaldson as business development... continue

10 May 2022Parking Review News
DCBL launches recruitment drive

DCBL launches recruitment drive

Parking enforcement debt recovery company, DCBL has launched a nationwide recruitment drive to strengthen key teams across... continue

10 May 2022Parking Review News
Working to a greenprint

Working to a greenprint

Peter O'Driscoll

Under the mantra to ‘Build Back Better and Greener’, the... continue

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10 May 2022Parking Review Features
New directions of travel

New directions of travel

Patrick Doherty

The parking sector, made up of private and local authority operators,... continue

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10 May 2022Parking Review Opinion
The move towards contactless payment

The move towards contactless payment

Anthony Wicks

As the world continues to focus on recovery and reinvention, one of the major challenges facing parking... continue

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10 May 2022Parking Review Opinion
Drivers seek solutions to parking confusion

Drivers seek solutions to parking confusion

Drivers are confused by parking information and restrictions, and are concerned by parking costs, according to research commissioned by AppyWay. OnePoll surveyed 2000... continue

10 May 2022Parking Review News
Watford General Hospital car park opens

Watford General Hospital car park opens

Watford General Hospital’s new multi-storey car park has opened on time and on budget. The facility has been created by West Hertfordshire Teaching... continue

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