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  • However the development is not dependent on the level of government subsidy for solar power as the £7.3m cost was paid by the Department of Transport's environment fund.

    High speed Euro train gets green boost from 3km of solar panels

  • The Department for Transport's own statistics see Transport Trends state: "The growth in car travel since 1997 has been accompanied by a reduction in motoring costs and rising bus and rail fares in real terms," and its analysis included 2008, when we last saw current levels of fuel price inflation.

    Letters: More challenges to budget plans

  • The Department of Transport's spending cuts are likely to increase costs for road and rail users, according to the NAO.

    Transport cuts bereft of long-term strategy, says National Audit Office

  • However the development is not dependent on the level of government subsidy for solar power as the £7.3m cost was paid by the Department of Transport's environment fund.

    High speed Euro train gets green boost from 3km of solar panels

  • Blackpool Transport's managing director, Trevor Roberts, said: "Following professional medical advice, the company is dealing with some sensitive and personal issues confidentially and through internal procedures, so that our customers and staff are not put at risk."

    Strike threatened after Blackpool bus drivers suspended for being 'too fat'

  • UPS is co-operating with the UK Department for Transport's investigation of the incident.

    Fake bomb found on cargo plane

  • Separately, South Africa's Sanlam Group, which was interested in buying a 20% stake in Shriram Transport's holding company Shriram Capital, will take a decision on this before the end of 2011.

    Shriram Confirms Orix Interest

  • Talking about Shriram Transport's business, Mr. Sridhar said the company, which has a loan book of 350 billion Indian rupees ($7.78 billion), expects its net interest margin—the spread between its borrowing costs and lending rates—to narrow to 7% from 8% following the removal of priority sector status for non-banking financial companies (NBFCs).

    Shriram Confirms Orix Interest

  • On Wednesday, Shriram Transport's shares gained 1.34% to 602.75 on the Bombay Stock Exchange.

    Shriram Confirms Orix Interest

  • For the Syrian lorry driver whose search for Gibraltar ended in Skegness, the Department of Transport's latest initiative comes too late, but other satnav users can hope for more clarity on the roads as a "satnav summit" aims to ensure highway authorities and mapmakers work closer together.

    Satnav summit aims to stop motorists driving up blind alleys

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