Number of Bikehangars in Waltham Forest reaches the 100 mark

Number of Bikehangars in Waltham Forest reaches the 100 mark

Deniz Huseyin

The 100th Bikehangar has been installed in the London borough of Waltham Forest, with another 30 to be added over the next few months. The first units were installed in 2015 as... continue

29 Mar 2017Local Transport Today News
LGA calls for nationwide parking ban

LGA calls for nationwide parking ban

Mark Moran

Laws allowing local authorities to ban pavement parking in London should be rolled out across the country... continue

28 Mar 2017Parking Review News

Bradford parking fee rise halted by opposition councillors

Patrick McDonnell

Conservative opposition councillors in Bradford have forced a halt to the Labour council’s plan to increase city centre car parking charge time. On Tuesday 7 March the ruling Labour executive decided to extend the hours that motorists have to pay to use the on-street parking in the city... continue

24 Mar 2017Parking Review News
Stand and deliver! Could parcel drones and droids could trigger the return of the highwayman?

Stand and deliver! Could parcel drones and droids could trigger the return of the highwayman?

David Jinks

Back in the 18th Century highwaymen such as Dick Turpin regularly robbed mail coaches, now a... continue

24 Mar 2017Parking Review Opinion
Community trust wants to create a car park for visitors heading to Isle of Skye landmark

Community trust wants to create a car park for visitors heading to Isle of Skye landmark

Patrick McDonnell

A community on the Isle of Skye is planning to create a new car park to cope with a... continue

24 Mar 2017Parking Review News

Royal Berkshire Hospital to trial park & ride scheme

Mark Moran

A park & ride scheme is being trialled in a bid to alleviate traffic congestion around a hospital in the centre of Reading. The P&R service will run between the Royal Berkshire Hospital in Reading and a site near junction 11 of the M4. It will cost passengers £2 for a single and... continue

24 Mar 2017Parking Review News
NCP launches B2B website

NCP launches B2B website

Mark Moran

NCP has launched a new commercial and client website, separate to the... continue

24 Mar 2017Parking Review News

TV company seeks car park with views

A TV production company is looking for a car park to serve as the location for a new series of Landscape Artist of the Year on Sky Arts. Storyvault Films is seeking car park around 58 metres in length that has two differing views. The production company said it is open to looking at all manner of... continue

24 Mar 2017Parking Review News

Temporary traffic order will protect Colchester's grass verges

The North Essex Parking Partnership (NEPP) has introduced a temporary Traffic Regulation Order on road in Colchester to stop motorists parking on the grass verges and churning up the ground. Concerns have been raised regarding the number of vehicles parked in the unrestricted areas of Cowdray... continue

24 Mar 2017Parking Review News
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App offers insight into problems faced by visually impaired travellers

App offers insight into problems faced by visually impaired travellers

Deniz Huseyin

A new smartphone app will enable station designers to experience for... continue

21 Mar 2017Local Transport Today News
20 Mar 2017Local Transport Today News

Trans-Pennine road package ‘unaffordable’

Highways England is consulting on improving the trunk road connections between Greater Manchester and South Yorkshire across the Peak District National Park but says the cost of the proposals is currently unaffordable. The A628/A616/A61 Woodhead Pass is the trunk road across the Peak District... continue

17 Mar 2017Local Transport Today News
W Mids explores new ways to fund UK Central transport plan

W Mids explores new ways to fund UK Central transport plan

Andrew Forster

Local authorities in the West Midlands conurbation are... continue

17 Mar 2017Local Transport Today News

‘Nobody supports S Yorks HS2 plan’

Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council has criticised the Government’s revised plan for HS2 in South Yorkshire. The plans would see a spur connecting HS2 to the Midland Main Line in Derbyshire, enabling HS2 services to serve Chesterfield and Sheffield’s existing city centre station,... continue

17 Mar 2017Local Transport Today News

Border Country seeks funding

Local authorities on either side of the Scottish border want to strike a deal with the UK and Scottish governments for additional funding to deliver transport infrastructure and other projects.  The Borderlands Inclusive Growth Initiative brings together five local authorities: Cumbria County... continue

17 Mar 2017Local Transport Today News

Rail ‘misses out on property value uplift’

Rail derives little or no value from property development schemes as the industry is barred from owning non-operational land for non-rail purposes, says former TfL deputy chairman Daniel Moylan. “There is insufficient revenue from new rail infrastructure to pay its way, and there are limited... continue

17 Mar 2017Local Transport Today News

NR explains developer contributions policy

Network Rail has explained its plans to secure funding for station improvements from property developers.  NR has requested contributions from the developer of a new building immediately outside Cardiff Central station (LTT 03 Mar). The funding would have paid for enhancements to the station... continue

17 Mar 2017Local Transport Today News

AECOM to support CORMAC Solutions

Cornwall Council’s wholly-owned civil engineering company, CORMAC Solutions Ltd, has awarded AECOM a ‘top-up’ framework contract, providing additional capacity for civil engineering and environmental design works. The framework covers work delivered by bodies including CORMAC... continue

17 Mar 2017Local Transport Today Business Briefing

Tendering opens for A9 dualling contract

Transport Scotland is inviting tenders for a design, build and maintain contract to dual a six-mile section of the A9 from Luncarty to Pass of Birnam, between Perth and Inverness. The maintenance element of the contract runs for five years. The estimated contract value is £70m.... continue

17 Mar 2017Local Transport Today Business Briefing

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