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Friday, 07 June, 2019
Bristol is the first city in the world to trial a new parking app that hopes to reduce congestion with the help of real-time crowdsourced data. The app helps drivers find on-street parking through information shared by users about the location of nearby spaces. It will be ineteresting to see whether this form of data can prove useful in travel planning for new developments.
Wednesday, 27 March, 2019
Rob Williams and Richard Fitter were delighted to be asked back to the University of Bath for a second year to deliver a lecture on Transport Planning to the BEng and MEng Civil Engineering students . It's always a challenge to explain what a Transport Consultant does but we managed to condense it down to an entertaining and informative two hour lecture!
Monday, 18 March, 2019
We were pleased to hear that GML Architects secured planning permission today for offices, nursery and residential development in Chigwell Road, South Woodford today. The planning authority overturned the highway authority's objection on the strength of the technical arguments put forward by Entran.
Friday, 15 March, 2019
We are absolutely delighted to hear that last night LB Ealing resolved to grant outline planning permission for the Margarine Works regeneration project in Southall. This fantastic regeneration scheme by Montreaux forms part of the Southall Opportunity Area Planning Framework (OAPF) and comprises some 2000 new homes, 13,000sqm of employment, community and retail space plus a hotel and new public greens and squares. The scheme will deliver key transport infrastructure to open up the OAPF for buses, pedestrians and cyclists, linking the area to the new Southall Crossrail station. Entran worked alongside a fabulous consultant team including Assael, GL Hearn and Aecom. This is a really exciting development scheme and we look forward to the opportunity to progress the reserved matters applications with LBE, GLA and TfL and see this new neighbourhood through to completion.
Thursday, 21 February, 2019
There are many different types and sizes of roundabouts which can cause confusion amongst cyclists. Approach a roundabout in the same way you would if driving a car and take control of the appropriate lane for your intended exit. This video by British Cycling gives tips on how to do this and negotiate a roundabout with ease.
Thursday, 14 February, 2019