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Archive for October, 2013

Latest Regent Street regeneration project gets underway

From the Crown Estate. Works have begun on site at Quadrant 2 South, marking the start of the latest project under The Crown Estate’s £1 billion regeneration of Regent Street. The works at Quadrant 2 South will see the Grade II listed properties redeveloped behind retained façades to provide new, modern office space, further enhancing […]

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Rogue minicab drivers convicted of plying for hire

TfL press release. THREE rogue minicab drivers have been convicted of illegal plying for hire and accepting bookings without holding a private hire operator licence.    All three drivers were caught illegally plying for hire by Transport for London’s (TfL) Taxi & Private Hire Compliance team in three separate incidents in the West End in […]

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Liverpool City Council will scrap bus lanes for nine months

Bus lanes in Liverpool will be scrapped as part of a nine-month trial which aims to reduce traffic congestion. Liverpool City Council has approved suspending the 24 dedicated lanes from 21 October. Green Party councillor John Coyne said it was a "huge step backwards" and Arriva, one of the city’s main bus operators, was "disappointed". […]

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London Taxi Rank Suspensions

Information provided by TfL 5503 Station Parade (Willesden Green Station) 05.00, Saturday 12 October 2013 05.00, Sunday 13 October 2013 Whole of the rank for rail replacement bus service. Temporary taxi rank located further down on Station Parade, as previously. 4898 Smith Square 08.00, Saturday 12 October 2013 18.00, Saturday 12 October 2013 Taxi rank […]

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