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Birmingham to host world's first zero emission vehicle summit

Birmingham will host the world’s first zero emission vehicles summit, following a pledge from the Prime Minister at the One Planet event in Paris.
25 May 2018/Number of views (141)
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Guided busway plan to link Cheshire and Manchester Airport

Plans have been unveiled for a new guided busway to link parts of Cheshire with Manchester and the city's airport.
24 May 2018/Number of views (199)
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New TPS awards will show how transport planning changes lives

New awards will show how transport planning changes lives.
17 May 2018/Number of views (419)
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Cleaner buses on the way for West Yorkshire

Plans to fit emission-reducing clean technology to over 230 of West Yorkshire’s buses have been agreed by the West Yorkshire Combined Authority.
16 May 2018/Number of views (350)
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WMCA awards £9.27m to Birmingham International station redesign

Plans to transform Birmingham International Station into a fully integrated transport exchange have been given a boost by West Midlands Combined Authority.
09 May 2018/Number of views (524)
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£2 million to improve transport and connectivity in the South East of England

Chris Grayling has announced a £2 million funding boost for regional transport organisations in the South East of England to develop ambitious strategies to improve journeys for goods and...
09 May 2018/Number of views (558)
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New regulations to double the use of sustainable renewable fuels by 2020

Tough new biofuel targets came into force on Sunday.
18 April 2018/Number of views (857)
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Unprecedented new powers for Transport for the North are ‘crucial next step’

Jo Johnson encouraged the north to speak with one ‘strong, unified voice’ after meeting leaders from across the region.
11 April 2018/Number of views (1008)
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Free bus passes for older and disabled people protected for the future

Disabled and older people in England will continue to benefit from free off-peak bus travel for the foreseeable future, keeping them connected with their local towns and cities.
11 April 2018/Number of views (975)
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Beast from the East was a wake-up call for society

Derek Halden, CILT member, writes for The Scotsman following the recent weather disruption about why people and businesses need to know whether their travel is essential to society.

09 April 2018/Number of views (578)
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