E-cycling made E-asy with loans in five locations

E-cycling made E-asy with loans in five locations

Juliana O'Rourke

Cycling made E-asy is a new scheme funded by the Department for Transport and run by Cycling UK and partners. It gives potential e-bike users free access to 'try and ride' sessions or long-term e-cycle loans. They can choose from a wide range of electric cycles to meet their needs, including... continue

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16 May 2022Local Transport Today News
Elizabeth line to finally open this month

Elizabeth line to finally open this month

Peter Stonham

The long-delayed start of operation of the new cross-London Elizabeth line will take place on Tuesday 24 May 2022 with... continue

18 May 2022Local Transport Today News
New Bills will give local leaders ‘power to revitalise town centres’

New Bills will give local leaders ‘power to revitalise town centres’

The Government’s commitment to levelling up and regeneration were set out in the Queen’s Speech last week. The Levelling Up and Regeneration Bill will look to drive growth at a local level by empowering local leaders enabling them to regenerate their... continue

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Greenwich council’s new leader set to challenge Silvertown Tunnel plans

Greenwich council’s new leader set to challenge Silvertown Tunnel plans

Deniz Huseyin

The new leader of Greenwich council has pledged to meet with the... continue

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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

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Guide to Loveable Neighbourhoods out now

The new edition of Loveable Neighbourhoods, produced by Landor LINKS, has been published. Loveable Neighbourhoods offers practical examples of how to create streets that are: attractive and greener; safe to walk and cycle; designed to improve health and wellbeing; helping meet net zero targets and... continue

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Street works by 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 have to... continue

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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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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

10 May 2022Parking Review News
Twin car parks delivered at NHS trust

Twin car parks delivered at NHS trust

Two new multi-storey car parks have been completed for Sandwell and West Birmingham NHS Trust. Between them the pair of car parks provide nearly... continue

10 May 2022Parking Review News
Sellafield funds rail car park upgrade

Sellafield funds rail car park upgrade

The car park at Sellafield station in Cumbria has been overhauled by rail operator Northern. In addition to resurfacing work, the layout of the car... continue

10 May 2022Parking Review News

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