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Ministers promise more truck parking and simpler HGV driver training

Ministers promise more truck parking and simpler HGV driver training

Mark Moran

An increase in the provision of official lorry parking is among a... continue

24 Jul 2021Parking Review News
Charging EVs should be as simple as filling up with petrol or diesel, says CMA

Charging EVs should be as simple as filling up with petrol or diesel, says CMA

Mark Moran

The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has set out measures to ensure a... continue

23 Jul 2021EVolution News
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... continue

22 Jul 2021Local Transport Today News
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Demand Responsive Transport – when will it catch the bus?

Demand Responsive Transport – when will it catch the bus?

Beate Kubitz

In theory, using smart technology to match... continue

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22 Jul 2021Local Transport Today Comment
Digital consultation will shape the future of the OxCam Arc

Digital consultation will shape the future of the OxCam Arc

Mark Moran

The Oxford Cambridge Arc development proposals have been... continue

20 Jul 2021Local Transport Today News
Metro mayors back mandatory mask wearing on public transport

Metro mayors back mandatory mask wearing on public transport

Mark Moran

Five of England’s metro mayors call for face masks to... continue

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15 Jul 2021Local Transport Today News
Mayor of South Yorkshire mandates face coverings in bus stations

Mayor of South Yorkshire mandates face coverings in bus stations

Mark Moran

Face coverings will remain mandatory in bus stations and... continue

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14 Jul 2021Local Transport Today News
West Yorkshire mayor makes face coverings compulsory at bus stations

West Yorkshire mayor makes face coverings compulsory at bus stations

Mark Moran

The Mayor of West Yorkshire has mandated the use of face coverings... continue

14 Jul 2021Local Transport Today News
Masks will be mandatory on Manchester Metrolink

Masks will be mandatory on Manchester Metrolink

Mark Moran

Passengers on Manchester’s Metrolink will have to continue to wear a face covering unless exempt when government restrictions are... continue

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14 Jul 2021Local Transport Today News
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14 Jul 2021EVolution News

Ending mask rules will ‘deter bus passengers’

The government's decision to end the mandatory wearing of face masks will deter some people from using public transport, warns industry commentator Roger French.  He told LTT: “The Government has demonised public transport as being unsafe to use. And now they’re saying you... continue

13 Jul 2021Local Transport Today News
Welsh Government accused of ‘climbdown’ on roads review

Welsh Government accused of ‘climbdown’ on roads review

The Welsh government has been accused of an “embarrassing climbdown” since it announced its review of all road schemes (LTT 28 June). The review will exclude the proposed A483 bypass at Llandeilo, and the... continue

13 Jul 2021Local Transport Today News

MaaS is the key to achieving net zero, says ITF

Mobility as a service (MaaS) can be pivotal in helping councils meet net zero targets, but this will require an effective framework for regulation and data governance, states a new report by the International Transport Forum (ITF) and the World Business Council for Sustainable Development... continue

13 Jul 2021Local Transport Today News
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Wales 20mph trial will be camera-free

Rhodri Clark

The first urban pilot of Wales’ 20mph default limit is expected to achieve a reasonable level of compliance despite excluding enforcement using average speed cameras, as experts had recommended. The Welsh Government aims to roll out 20mph as the default limit, instead of 30mph, by April 2023.... continue

13 Jul 2021Local Transport Today News

Passengers are ‘afterthought’ in rail projects

Peter Plisner

The DfT lacks a convincing and timely plan for encouraging passengers back to the railway as part of Covid-19 recovery, according a report from the Public Accounts Committee. In a highly critical document MPs have express concern over plans to encourage people back  to rail travel. Current... continue

13 Jul 2021Local Transport Today News
Proposal for Oxfordshire rail network mapped out in study

Proposal for Oxfordshire rail network mapped out in study

Network Rail has published a new study highlighting future opportunities to expand Oxfordshire’s railway and help deliver economic growth. It recommends a host of improvements, including new stations and line... continue

13 Jul 2021Local Transport Today News

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