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16th December 2008

On January 1st 2010 the European market for international rail passenger services will be opened to competition. Britain and Germany already have examples of domestic open access services and other member states are planning to open up competition on domestic inter-city networks.

Industry insights
Rail
Mainland Europe
12th December 2008

Press releases
Stadia
UK & Ireland
8th December 2008

High fares are pricing people off public transport and increasing carbon emissions, according to new research published today by Campaign for Better Transport [1]. The research is timely: the Committee on Climate Change said last week that surface transport must make a significant contribution to tackling climate change.]

Press releases
UK & Ireland
8th November 2008

Gordon Brown recently said: “rich countries must significantly cut greenhouse gases as we move to putting the world on the path to halving global emissions”. Across business, industry and government, organisations are beginning to see the importance of this from both an ethical and business standpoint.

Industry insights
UK & Ireland
6th October 2008

With the Executive saying that, in the long term, it wants to examine options for reducing journey times between Edinburgh and Glasgow including looking at new infrastructure and a high speed railway , the time has come to get very clear about what purpose and what wider aims would be served.

Industry insights
North America
6th October 2008

Does a 30% forecast increase in rail travel equal a 30% increase in parking demand at stations? Do the principles of travel planning that have long since been applied at schools and workplaces have a role to play in managing the demand for travel to railway stations?

A national programme of pilot station travel plans soon to be announced by the DfT and the Association of Train Operating Companies will, it is expected, help determine this.

Industry insights
UK & Ireland
6th October 2008

Advertisers face a dilemma: people are bored by informational advertising and irritated by intrusive advertising, while enjoyable advertising lacks a “call to action”. So what is the best approach? It may surprise you to hear that the most successful advertising is enjoyable and not necessarily either attention-grabbing or very informative.

Industry insights
UK & Ireland

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