Professor of Transport and Economics Colin Bamford comments on the New Year rail fare increases.
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Shutterstock Emeritus Professor of Transport Colin Bamford from the University of Huddersfield comments on whether the statement of ‘People in the North of England receive just as much money on transport in the South’ is justified.
Monkey Business Images Professor of Operations Management David Bamford, from the University of Huddersfield writes for The Conversation UK, with Visiting Research Fellow Marcus Mayers, on the traditional model for car ownership and how it is struggling to stay alive in today’s climate and the new coming transport revolution which could put an end to anyone owning a
Transport and Logistics Professor Colin Bamford comments on Monarch Airlines ceasing trading.
Professor of Transport and Logistics Colin Bamford comments on Ryanair
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