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21 Sep 2021Local Transport Today News

HS2 restoration work underway at Curzon Street

Peter Plisner

HS2 has begun restoring one of the world’s oldest railway buildings on the site of its planned Curzon Street station in Birmingham. The Grade 1 listed building has been integrated into HS2’s plans for the new Curzon Street Station, which will provide an enhanced setting to reflect the... continue

19 Sep 2021Local Transport Today News
19 Sep 2021Local Transport Today News

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Welcome to the new incarnation of LTT magazine, returning to continue our 32 year mission of providing independent, authoritative and trusted news and analysis for the UK transport sector.  Although  now  digitally delivered, you will recognise the familiar shape, structure  and... continue

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19 Sep 2021Local Transport Today Comment
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18 Sep 2021Local Transport Today News

Cardiff Council installs raised pavements at junctions

Rhodri Clark

Cardiff Council has installed raised footways across the entrances to side roads on Cowbridge Road East, a long residential and shopping street west of the city centre. Give Way markings for vehicle drivers have been moved back, to reinforce that pedestrians walking along Cowbridge Road East have... continue

18 Sep 2021Local Transport Today News
18 Sep 2021Local Transport Today News

Welsh plan for cycleways and public transport in every village

Rhodri Clark

Every village in Wales will have a safe cycle route to the nearest town and hourly public transport, if an ambitious Welsh Government plan comes to fruition. Details of the “rural offer” are due to be revealed next year, in the delivery plan for the Llwybr Newydd transport strategy. LTT... continue

18 Sep 2021Local Transport Today News
Clean air grants offered to councils

Clean air grants offered to councils

The Government has announced a new round of funding worth £9m to help councils in England improve air quality. The Air Quality Grant... continue

18 Sep 2021Local Transport Today News
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National Highways set to miss key safety target

Rhodri Clark

National Highways is on course to miss its key road safety target, according to recently published accident data for 2019. When it was established (as Highways England) in 2016, its first Road Investment Strategy set the target of reducing the number of people killed or seriously injured (KSI) on... continue

18 Sep 2021Local Transport Today News

Promising start for 20mph pilots, says Welsh Government

The Welsh Government is encouraged by early results from the first three pilots of the future 20mph default speed limit in urban areas. Eight pilot areas have been chosen, representing a variety of built environments, to enable the government to gather evidence prior to rolling out 20mph as the... continue

18 Sep 2021Local Transport Today News
Let’s be open to change as we develop transparent forecasts

Let’s be open to change as we develop transparent forecasts

Few people can have been more delighted than me to see DfT publishing its Uncertainty Toolkit, and the inclusion of six Common Analytical Scenarios for modelling and appraisal. I have advocated the modelling of alternative futures... continue

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18 Sep 2021Local Transport Today Comment

Mark Moran

Mark Moran

Fresh thinking is in the air

Poor air quality and chronic traffic congestion in the UK’s urban centres have pushed traffic and parking management up the...

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17 Sep 2021Parking Review Opinion
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17 Sep 2021Parking Review Features
Dowey drives mobility hub agenda in Scotland

Dowey drives mobility hub agenda in Scotland

Architect Mark Dowey has been hired by transport charity Collaborative Mobility UK (CoMoUK) to support its advocacy work for mobility hubs in Scotland. As senior development... continue

17 Sep 2021Parking Review News
Divert Lower Thames Crossing cash to active travel and public transport

Divert Lower Thames Crossing cash to active travel and public transport

Chris Todd

In the foreword to Government’s Transport Decarbonisation Plan,... continue

17 Sep 2021Local Transport Today Comment
Creating streets that work for all

Creating streets that work for all

Priority one of the government’s Decarbonising Transport: a Better, Greener Britain plan is to accelerate modal shift to public... continue

17 Sep 2021Parking Review Features

Phil Goodwin

Phil Goodwin

Why we must recognise the true impact of climate change in transport appraisal

BEIS1, supported by the Treasury, recently increased the recommended values per tonne of carbon used in policy appraisal and...

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17 Sep 2021Local Transport Today Comment
REEF cooks up a mobility hub deal with APCOA

REEF cooks up a mobility hub deal with APCOA

Car parks across Britain and Ireland could become bases for ‘dark kitchens’, local distribution hubs and even converted into vertical farms under a deal signed... continue

17 Sep 2021Parking Review News
17 Sep 2021Parking Review News

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