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In LTT magazine, LTT894, available for subscribers to access.

Not surprisingly, the General Election has continued to be a significant topic for coverage, along with the usual substantial and varied mix of news and analysis including a look in detail at the first data to be published on the impact of the Welsh 20mph default urban speed limit introduced last September.

Our election-related content includes a detailed 4-page look at the treatment of transport in all the party manifestos, and two insightful commentary contributions, from David Leeder and Jonathan Bray. They reflect , respectively, upon the national financial context that will determine the flow of available resources for transport under the next government , and on the extent of new thinking we might expect on policy about both transport provision and the wider planning and local government agenda.

Our columnist’s commentary is a detailed examination from Mark Frost on how a realistic pathway to decarbonisation can be put in place in London- and what options the newly re-elected Mayor has available to deliver the ambitious target of achieving Net Zero by 2030, given the policy parameters he has set for his administration locally, and the national framework he must work within.

The verdict of all three of our contributors is that freedom of action on transport in the next few years is going to be much limited by external matters, both political and economic, a topic which Peter Stonham further explores in his Editorial .


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The next issue will appear on 19 June 2024.

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A 30-year journey

Local Transport Today has been providing a unique service of news, analysis and comment about everything relating to transport at urban, conurbation, rural and regional levels in Britain for over 30 years.

Founded as a magazine in 1989, it quickly became required reading for planners and transport managers in local authorities, transport service providers, consultants and specialist suppliers and all those researching and studying the challenges of providing mobility and accessibility for people and businesses all around the UK.

Over the years, conferences and seminars, online information resources and other networking and knowledge exchange activities - including an annual Local Transport Summit - have been added to the mix.

During the Covid-19 lockdown this year, LTT introduced a regular fortnightly series of online conversations which became must-attend discussions for those tackling the impacts of the pandemic on local transport.

The most recent innovative step has been the switch to digital publication including the LTT digital platform, providing an enhanced reader experience for you in accessing LTT content. This brings together the opportunity to read the complete copy of the magazine digitally - and print it out if required - with the facility to explore its contents as individual items. This platform is designed to suit both desktop and handheld devices. There are also direct links to all featured websites and email addresses mentioned in the magazine.

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For anyone who is not a subscriber, there is a facility to quickly purchase access for either an individual issue or a monthly or annual subscription to LTT. And you will see that we have brought in attractive new lower prices, as we have promised, to reflect the switch to digital delivery. It is now just £75 to subscribe to LTT for a year as an individual or £7.50 per month.

This full exceptional collection of material is not available anywhere else and continues the well-established LTT mission to be the only authoritative source for UK local transport professionals and practitioners!

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