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Summer Celebration for ETS

Burton-on-Trent based, ETS Workforce Ltd, is celebrating its  20th year in business, this summer. From a standing start the company now supplies engineering, commercial and industrial staff around the UK and globally.  Success is all down to the quality...

New report shows local transport spending outside London could be decimated in spending review

- Government urged to consider regional dimension in determining funding cuts - A new report for pteg by finance and business advisors Grant Thornton UK LLP, shows that unprotected areas of the transport budget could be facing devastating cuts. The report...

Is South West trains right to ban employees from booking time off for the Olympics?

Article comment: Is South West trains right to ban employees from booking time off for the Olympics Further to the news that South West Trains has banned its staff from applying for leave to see the Olympics until...

Firms expands AECOM’s presence in Europe

AECOM Technology Corporation (NYSE: ACM), a leading provider of professional technical and management support services for government and commercial clients around the world, announced today that it has acquired INOCSA Ingenieria, S.L. (INOCSA), a professional technical services firm with...

GMITA sets its public transport priorities for 2010/11

Transport leaders in Greater Manchester have set out their comprehensive priorities for the coming year. Greater Manchester Integrated Transport Authority (GMITA) has pledged, among other key aims, to continue to lobby for extra rail carriages, to seek...

2010 Celebrations of 50th Anniversary of the UK’s First Railway built entirely by enthusiasts

The Lincolnshire Coast Light Railway To celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the opening of the first railway to be built purely by  enthusiasts and volunteers in the UK – The Lincolnshire Coast Light Railway -, it is planned...

What makes a good family photo?

Heathrow Express, the fastest way to travel between central London and Heathrow Airport, has launched a competition to find the best family holiday photograph. Heathrow Express Managing Director Richard Robinson, said: “Over the past 12 years we have become a...

Investing in a better service

Southeastern Awarded Investors In People Bronze Award Southeastern was today recognised for the continued investment in its employees by the awarding of the Investors in People (IiP) Bronze Award. The award comes on the back of...

Funding agreed for Gillingham Station upgrade

Passengers in Gillingham will benefit from easier access to the railway and better facilities after funding was agreed for a significant upgrade of the station. Detailed plans will now be developed for the scheme, which will be funded jointly through...

Offenders clean up their act (and a metro stop)

Loxdale Metro stop has had a make over with a difference.  Over the past month and a half offenders made amends for their crimes by clearing the vegetation around the area. Centro joined forces with Travel Midland...

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