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Taxi drivers necessitate initiative warnings to alert London drivers

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These road signs might near to be coming back to the capital to warn against the urban hazards drivers face. Black cab drivers nowadays involved an overhaul of the “outdated” Highway Code notices to alert motorists to pedestrians oblivious to traffic because they’re either texting or wearing headphones. Hundreds of London cabbies are backing the decision for brand spanking new ... Read More »

UK manufacturing growth eases in September from August’s two-year high – PMI

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Growth in Britain’s manufacturing sector eased slightly in September from a two-year high the month before, due to less robust export orders, a survey showed on Tuesday (Reuters). The Markit/CIPS Purchasing Managers’ Index slipped to 56.7 from August’s two-and-a-half year high of 57.1, a slightly weaker reading than the rise to 57.3 economists had predicted in a Reuters poll. But employment ... Read More »

We WILL build HS2 high speed rail line: David Cameron

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David Cameron has insisted that he remains firmly committed to building a new North-South rail line – despite growing criticism of the project, which is expected to create thousands of West Midlands jobs. Ministers and the rail industry insist a new network is needed because existing rail lines are running out of capacity, and a study by KPMG found the ... Read More »

Edinburgh Trams Services will be running by May 2014

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Edinburgh’s Tram service will start running by May 2014, the city council announced. According to the council statement, the capital’s streets would be clear of roadworks by 19 October after six years of construction. Tram testing process between the airport and Edinburgh Park will begin earlier in the month. Test trams will be running along the entire route to the city centre ... Read More »

UK Transport Minister visits BMW i3 show

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BMW’s revolution in public transportation made its arrival today at the 2013 edition of the LCV show in Britain. UK Transport Minister Norman Baker visited the show and checked out the electric vehicle.  He announced that the BMW i3 is eligible for the UK Government’s Plug-in Car Grant, helping to make the first zero-emission vehicle in the premium segment more ... Read More »

British Travel Awards 2013

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The Largest Consumer-Voted Travel Awards in the UK HAVE you had a perfect package holiday, been on a fabulous flight or enjoyed cracking customer care when booking a break? Here’s your chance to reward superb service. British Travel Awards is the largest consumer-voted programme in the UK. Last year, the coveted awards attracted more than one million public votes to ... Read More »

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