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Digitising the kerbside

Digitising the kerbside

Dan Hubert, CEO, AppyWay

Kerbside technology specialist AppyParking has launched a new parent... continue

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17 Sep 2019Parking Review Features

Winning hearts and minds: a lesson in how smart approaches are delivering citizen-focused services

Joanne Phoenix, Sensor City

There’s no escaping the fact that when it comes to the delivery of health and social care, we’re facing a growing global problem. We live in an age where the financial and human resources needed to deliver healthcare safely and effectively are stretched to the limit. With this in mind,... continue

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Derby City Council

Traffic and Transportation Engineer - 2 Posts

Traffic and Transportation Engineer - 2 Posts Salary: Grade J, £32,878 - £36,876 Directorate: Communities and Place Hours: 37 hours a week Contract type: Permanent Location: The Council... Derby £32,878 - £36,876

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A digital overhaul for the planning system

A digital overhaul for the planning system

Stefan Webb

The land use planning system – how cities allocate land for development, develop policies for the kind of development... continue

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TfL to convert and rebase London ONE model into Aimsun Next

TfL to convert and rebase London ONE model into Aimsun Next

Gavin Jackman, Director, Aimsun

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Future-proofing EV expansion: the CHARGE team at Smarter Tomorrow 2019

Future-proofing EV expansion: the CHARGE team at Smarter Tomorrow 2019

Smarter Tomorrow 2019, held in Liverpool on 23 and 24 October, will host a workshop and presentations outlining the first updates from the £8.5m CHARGE project to accelerate the wide-scale adoption of electric vehicles across Merseyside, Cheshire, north Shropshire and... continue

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Treasury announces £200m for buses

The Chancellor Sajiv Javid has promised more than £200m of extra funding for buses in England next year. Details of the funding are still to be announced. The Treasury said the cash would “transform bus services, making best use of technology and promoting... continue

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John Dales

John Dales

Pavement parking: all the rage

Last Sunday, I was walking through my home town and I was struck afresh – almost literally – by a number of vehicles...

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Scots pledge £500m for bus priority, and zero CO2 railway

Scots pledge £500m for bus priority, and zero CO2 railway

A £500m bus priority fund and a passenger rail network with zero carbon emissions by 2035 are two of the most eye-catching transport commitments in the Scottish Government’s new programme for government.  The... continue

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NR challenges foot crossing re-opening

Network Rail is appealing against a planning inspector’s  ruling that a public right of way over a railway must be re-opened.  Following a three-day public inquiry in May, planning inspector Joanne Burston said she was satisfied there was evidence of 20 years’ use of the... continue

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Support net zero target or face legal action, councils told

Andrew Forster

ClientEarth has threatened  legal action against 100 English local authorities if they don’t put their areas on a credible path to achieving net zero greenhouse gas emissions through their Local Plans.  The environmental law charity has written to each council developing a new Local... continue

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‘Climate emergency rules out new roads’

Councillors in Oxfordshire are citing the council’s declaration of a ‘climate emergency’ as a ground for opposing new roads.  Labour councillor John Sanders said building the Oxford to Cambridge expressway “flies in the face of Oxfordshire’s commitment to reduce... continue

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Mandatory climate targets for Scots?

The Scottish Government is consulting on requiring all public sector bodies to state the year by which they will cease to emit any direct greenhouse gases and also to set targets for reducing indirect emissions. “Currently there is no requirement for public sector bodies to report on the year... continue

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Climate chief slams climate ‘extremists’

The secretary-general of the World Meteorological Organisation has attacked climate activists such as Extinction Rebellion, describing them as  “extremists” who distort science.  Petteri Taalas, a Finn, told Talouselämä magazine in his native country that the climate... continue

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