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At least 11 rail stations at risk after minister refuses to rule out closures

SCOTLAND’s Transport Minister Keith Brown has not ruled out closing train stations as part of a review on the future of the railways.

Go-Ahead boosted by rail growth but bus costs hit profits

Transport operator Go-Ahead has hailed strong growth in its rail division despite a 12.9pc fall in first-half profit.

Plea to allow Birmingham Airport meet growing demand for air travel

Transport Secretary Justine Greening heard a plea from the city’s business community to let Birmingham Airport take the strain as the nation struggles to cope with growing demand for air travel.

Friday, 24 February 2012

Times Online

  • Cycle safety: minister backs key aims of campaign A call for every city to appoint a cycling commissioner responsible for making cities fit for cycling won Government support today, when the Transport Minister endorsed the plan at a packed Parliamentary debate on cycle safety.

The Press and Journal (Aberdeen)

  • Pedal power reigns at Inverness schoolPupils in Inverness got on their bikes yesterday to celebrate their primary school becoming the first in the Highlands to be awarded cycle-friendly status.

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  • The world™s most stylish bicycle trailer A trailers increase dramatically the amount of cargo you can move by bicycle, but despite there being a wide range of different types “ from designs that carry kids and shopping to those built for expeditions – they are seldom seen on British more

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