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Use HS2 cash for main lines instead, ministers are told [subscription]

The high-speed rail line HS2 should be scrapped and bottlenecks eliminated on the conventional network instead, ministers have been told.

Greater Manchester set to become first in country to take public control over bus network

Greater Manchester will consult on bringing the regionís bus network back into public control Ė making it the first place in the country to use new powers over buses.

County council says rail link to Heathrow must be built before airport is expanded

Council leader Tim Oliver said Surrey residents are 'meat in sandwich' between Heathrow and Gatwick airports

Wednesday, 09 October 2019


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  • LETTER: Please, First, give us printed bus timetablesMy mother uses the bus service in and around York and always has a current timetable for all First York services, so on hearing there was a new timetable for the number 11 bus, she went to York Railway Station to collect one. However, she was told these are now only available online.

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  • TfL sets out plans to make works on the capital‚Äôs busy road network safer and less disruptiveTransport for London (TfL) has set out plans to make works on the capitalís road network safer and less disruptive, by making changes to its pioneering Lane Rental scheme and introducing a new Roadworks Charter for utility companies. The Lane Rental scheme, which has saved £100 million of lost travel time since its introduction in 2012, allows TfL to charge utility companies a daily fee for digging up the busiest sections of Londonís roads at the busiest times. This encourages companies to plan the works they need to carry out outside of the most sensitive times.† All mo...
  • The importance of transport accessibility emphasised in latest CILT white paperCILT's Accessibility and Inclusion Forum has released its latest white paper: Joined-up Journeys: Integration and Interchange Ė making travel work for disabled and older people. Supported by The Chartered Institution of Highways & Transportation, this toolkit is intended for anyone who is working with or for a local authority, contractor or transport provider and is involved in the planning and implementation of the pedestrian environment, transport infrastructure or transport services. This paper was created after the Forum hosted a one-day seminar that explored the challenges face...

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