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Consumer Rights Act 2015 will apply to rail from 1 October 2016

The Government announced on 6 September 2016 that passenger rail will not receive the further anticipated exemption from the Consumer Rights Act 2015, which will apply in full from next month.
07 September 2016

Getting cyber security shipshape: Code of Practice issued for ports and port facilities

The Department for Transport and Maritime and Coastguard Agency has released a Code of Practice on cyber security for ports and port facilities.
25 August 2016

Brexit: what impact will the UK's decision to leave the EU have on the UK aviation market?

An overview of the effects on the UK aviation market of the UK's decision to leave the EU.
07 July 2016

'Autopilot' Tesla fatality is a reminder to pace and structure autonomous car development

The first fatality in a Tesla car in Autopilot merits reflection. But the robust and cautious testing and introduction in the UK should reassure the connected and autonomous vehicle industry.
05 July 2016

Brexit and the highways sector

What does the Brexit vote of 23 June mean for highways?
04 July 2016

Bus Bill Update: Tension in the House of Lords

The Bus Bill has received both close scrutiny and a degree of hostility in the House of Lords. We examine some of the key discussion points.
04 July 2016

Brexit and the rail industry

While the UK Rail Industry has been at the front of European Railway Regulation, Brexit may now place its future outside the direction of future European Rail development.
29 June 2016

How far must transport providers go to ensure access to wheelchair users on buses?

The Supreme Court appeal hearing of this case takes place on 15 June. We originally wrote about it in December 2014 – you can read it again to learn about the issues raised.
14 June 2016

Publication

Bus Services Bill: congestion ahead?

The Bus Services Bill has finally made an appearance in the House of Lords on 19 May 2016, a day after its announcement in the Queen’s Speech.
06 June 2016

Publication

Liberalisation of EU Port Services

When it comes to transport within the European Single Market, there is very little that is surprising about proposed regulation of ports. We discuss the anomaly here.
23 May 2016

Government to apply the Consumer Rights Act 2015 to rail, aviation and maritime sectors

Following consultation, the government has decided not to exempt permanently the rail, aviation and maritime sectors from certain provisions of the Consumer Rights Act 2015.
05 April 2016

European Commission consultation on developing rail passenger rights

The European Commission is consulting until May 2016 on rail passenger rights and obligations.
18 February 2016
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