Catch the Bus Month returns in September

4 July 2022

Operators, local authorities, passenger groups and community transport providers have been reminded that “Catch the Bus Month” will be back this September.

Commonwealth Games bus and transport plan

27 June 2022

Transport for West Midlands (TWM) has published its transport plan to cover the period of the Commonwealth Games taking place from 27 July to 7 August when 6500 athletes from 72 nations and territories will arrive in Birmingham.

Wales considers better public transport policy

22 June 2022

The Welsh parliament’s Climate Change, Environment, and Infrastructure Committee has recently undertaken an inquiry into bus and rail transport in Wales looking at priorities for post-Covid recovery and the action required to achieve Welsh Government targets for shift to these modes.

Union hits back at proposed London bus cuts

20 June 2022

The Unite union, which represents 20,000 London bus workers has reacted angrily to the proposals, currently out for consultation, which would see inner London bus services cut by at least 4% including around 16 routes.

TfL seeks views on reducing bus routes into London

6 June 2022

With its services badly affected by the pandemic, and after having to rely on Government financial support, Transport for London (TfL) has launched a public consultation inviting views on the changes it feels are necessary to meet certain conditions set by the Government before providing emergency funding.

Industry responds about ending non-zero emission bus sales

1 June 2022

The Department for Transport (DfT) and the Office for Zero Emission Vehicles (OZEV) recently invited comments on proposals to end the sale of new, non-zero emission buses and coaches and the Confederation of Passenger Transport (CPT) submitted comments advising that any phase-out date needed to recognise the unique challenges of each sector.

Plans to slash West Yorkshire bus fares

20 May 2022

Passengers boarding any West Yorkshire bus from September would pay no more than £2 per journey under proposals announced by Tracy Brabin, Mayor of West Yorkshire.