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UK needs to boost airport capacity, Heathrow chiefs say

Bosses at Heathrow have reiterated the desperate need for greater airport capacity in the UK. They have submitted their thoughts and concerns to the Airports Commission, which is assessing the...
22 March 2013/Number of views (109)
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Should the EU have more say in UK rail security?

The Transport Select Committee has launched a report that looks at the possibility of the EU having greater involvement in railway security in the UK. European Commission chiefs already set...
22 March 2013/Number of views (84)
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Road improvements 'best way to enhance safety'

Nearly three-quarters of AA members think the best way to enhance road safety standards in the UK is to improve the condition of the nation's highways. The breakdown company confirmed that 68 per...
22 March 2013/Number of views (88)
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London's 'world-class' transport network requires more investment

London's transport network has been hailed as "world-class", but it could easily lose this prestigious status if investment dries up. This is the main conclusion from a new report commissioned by...
21 March 2013/Number of views (75)
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World-first trailer steering development set to be unveiled

A "world-first" development that will make significant improvements to the safety and maneuverability of long semi-trailers on the UK's roads will be unveiled next month. The Path Following...
21 March 2013/Number of views (82)
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BATA: Chancellor has scored a shocking own goal

Chief executive of the British Air Transport Association (BATA) Simon Buck believes chancellor George Osborne has scored a "shocking own goal" by hiking air passenger duty in his latest...
21 March 2013/Number of views (91)
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Government launches road safety comparison website

The government has launched a new website that allows people to compare their local council's road safety performance with other areas of the UK. It sets out collision and casualty figures based...
21 March 2013/Number of views (76)
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MEPs vote for new airport ground handling rules

The European Transport and Tourism Committee has passed new laws that will affect ground handling services at major airports across the continent. MEPs narrowly voted in favour of having three...
20 March 2013/Number of views (98)
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George Osborne scraps planned fuel duty hike

The haulage industry has been handed a much-needed reprieve as chancellor George Osborne announced in today's (March 20th) Budget that a planned fuel duty hike later this year will be...
20 March 2013/Number of views (72)
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LCFD scheme aims to promote greener supply chains

An innovative project aimed at encouraging companies to make their supply chains greener has been extended and is now being offered to firms that are looking to transport freight via the sea. The...
20 March 2013/Number of views (97)
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