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Oxford: Could Trams improve historic cities May 2015Dr Nicholas Faulk and the case for Trams or Light Rail for OxfordUnited Kingdom
Defra Pollution Report: Local Mortality Burdens April 2014A DEFRA Report estimating Local Mortality Burdens associated with Particulate Air Pollution A major reason for Trams which have no pollution at point of use and can use clean sustainable electricityUnited Kingdom
Blackpool: Extention to FyldesA new group is battling to get tram services between Blackpool and South Fylde back on track. Trams to Lytham want to restore services from Squires Gate to Lytham Station and has launched an online petition to Lancashire County Council (LCC) to extend the service.United Kingdom
UK Government: Lost Pollution Case 28 April 2015The government has lost a case on its failure to act on pollution. UK’s failure to meet EU limits on nitrogen dioxide must be tackled, court rules in case brought by NGO ClientEarth over government’s failure to act United Kingdom
Cardiff Metro Nov 2014Creating the Most Liveable Capital City Region in Europe - and why transport really does matters!United Kingdom
EdinburghThe City of Edinburgh Council 10am, Thursday, 11 December 2014 Future Investment in Public Transport – Potential tram ExtensionUnited Kingdom
Info Sheet 1 : Edinburgh - The Facts - Supplied Undated 1 Aug 2010 Info Sheet 1 : Edinburgh - The Facts - Supplied Undated 1 Aug 2010United Kingdom
Info Sheet: 2 : Manchester Metrolink - Rochdale Connection June 2010Info Sheet: 2 : Manchester Metrolink - Rochdale Connection June 2010United Kingdom
Info Sheet 3: Manchester Metrolink - Rochdale August 2010Info Sheet 3: Manchester Metrolink - Rochdale August 2010United Kingdom
Info Sheet 4 Manchester Metrolink - Airport Info Sheet 4 Manchester Metrolink - AirportUnited Kingdom
Presentation - Metrolink June 2012 Phil PurdyA presentation given at the 7th Light Rail Conference, Manchester June 2012 Improving the passenger experience through intermodal operation Philip Purdy Metrolink Director Transport for Greater Manchester United Kingdom
LR Blackpool launch of Bombardier Flexity 2Blackpool and Lancashire County Council embrace latest international technology for UK’s longest running tram operation Bombardier is hosting the global launch of the BOMBARDIER FLEXITY 2 tram in Blackpool, England. Blackpool and Lancashire County Council purchased the world’s most advanced tram technology from Bombardier to revitalize Britain’s most traditional tram system and will operate 16 new, ultra-modern FLEXITY 2 vehicles on the Blackpool and Fleetwood tramway. See the launch on United Kingdom
Update - Edinburgh July 2011Update - Edinburgh July 2011United Kingdom
REPORT: TRANSPORT AND THE ECONOMY - Select Committee Announcement - REPORT: TRANSPORT AND THE ECONOMY - Select Committee Announcement - United Kingdom
Info Sheet 5 ERG Barriers to Investment Jan 2010 Info Sheet 5 ERG Barriers to Investment Jan 2010United Kingdom
Info Dft Tram Statstics 2012 - 13222 million passenger journeys were made in total on the eight systems, 18 million (9%) more than during the previous year. Overall, growth in passenger journeys largely mirrored increased vehicle miles in 2012/13, with more services run in Docklands, Manchester and Blackpool contributing to 11% annual growth in mileage operated, the greatest single year rise since the most recent new system was opened in Nottingham in 2004. United Kingdom
DfT Light rail statistics 2014 - 2015In the financial year ending 2015, light rail usage in England continued to rise with record numbers of passenger journeys (239.8 million) and vehicle miles (18.4 million) since comparable records began in 1983 •since the financial year ending 2005, the first full year when all current systems were in operation, light rail journeys have grown by 51% •around 2.7% of all public transport journeys in Great Britain are made on light rail systems United Kingdom

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