Of all the transport modes we have covered on London Reconnections, we have rarely hitherto covered the first principle of movement – walking (in which we include personal mobility assistive devices and rideables). Here we look at the world of ‘High Lines’ and their current status within the capital. In 1991 London published a green strategy that recommended developing and establishing walking and cycling networks in the city. This slowly developed in the background as many other, ...
The Rail Safety and Standars Board (RSSB) has awarded a 12-month research contract to City University of London and Risk Solutions, to investigate the causes of knock-on train delays. The contract, which includes a partnership with Great Western Railway (GWR), will require the partners to assess the causes and consequences of knock-on delays and accordingly identify possible ways to tackle them and improve rail services for passengers. The primary delay in service has remained stable over the ...
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