Monthly Archives: October 2014

UFTON NERVET AND LEVEL CROSSING SAFETY

Eleven deaths in ten years at railway crossing in rural West Berkshire Another person killed at Ufton Nervet No-one should jump to conclusions about why a man was killed on the railway level crossing at Ufton Nervet in West Berkshire on 16 October 2014. British Transport Police are not treating it as suspicious. They and Network Rail […]

A FOOT ON EVERYONE’S WINDPIPE

After four and a half years of our “greenest government ever” our Prime Minister seems ambiguous on sustainable transport. In his Witney seat he wants more of the Cotswold rail line upgraded from single to double track to increase Worcester – Oxford – Paddington trains, but also wants the A40 west of Oxford dualled which […]