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Rail News
More than half of passengers on the Shrewsbury-Aberystwyth line are dissatisfied with service frequency, a survey of more than 800 people has... continue
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Bus News
A new mystery shopping report by watchdog TravelWatch North West has revealed that standards between bus operators in the region are on the whole... continue
Parking Review
Parking Policy
The House of Commons Transport Committee is extending the scope of its inquiry into school travel to include travel options for those studying at... continue
Categories: clamping, surveys, All of UK
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Rail News Lead Story
By Meera Rambissoon
Train Operators can now access passengers’ views, in depth, on various aspects of their service and that of others, following the launch of... continue
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Regular News
First Scotrail has risen six places to fifth position in the league of scores across operators for passenger satisfaction, in the latest National... continue
Categories: Rail, Surveys, First, TOCs, All of UK
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Regular News
The rising cost of motoring has led to a sharp jump in people believing more journeys will take place by bus and train in the future, a YouGov... continue
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Regular News
Train operators have received low ratings from passengers on various aspects of rail stations, in the latest round of the National Passenger Survey... continue
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Regular News
Passenger satisfaction with ticket buying facilities at stations has increased in the latest National Passenger Survey for spring 2008, with long... continue
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Regular News
The London Overground concession has come bottom of the league of passenger satisfaction ratings across the operators, both overall and in 21 aspects... continue
Parking Review
Parking Policy
A traffic management and parking plan is to be devised Berwick-upon-Tweed. The project is being undertaken by Northumberland Strategic Partnership in... continue
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Business Comment Lead Story
The key to any successful business is understanding your customers - the target audience. As the old adage goes, ‘the customer is always... continue
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Regular News
Almost two third of Britons say they are considering using public transport to save on personal fuel costs, according to a new survey from... continue
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Regular News
By Meera Rambissoon
Brian Souter, Stagecoach’s chief executive, celebrated the success of light rail and growth more exciting than that of the bus, last... continue
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Rail News
Walk-on rail fares are almost five times the price of advance fares, according to research by pressure group Campaign for Better Transport, who have... continue
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Regular News
By Robert Jack
The travelling public rate Virgin Trains as better than British Airways for customer service, but First Group’s bus and rail services are... continue
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Bus News Lead Story
By Robert Jack
Britain’s bus operators must significantly speed up the replacement of their fleets with new DDA-compliant pre-2000 vehicles before it is too... continue
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Regular News
By Robert Jack
Price and convenience are the main factors that influence the travel choices that people make. However, if the corporate ethics of the company you... continue
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Regular News
Nottingham tram has achieved an overall passenger satisfaction rating of 93% for 2007, following a survey of around 2,500 passengers over the winter... continue
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Bus News
By Meera Rambissoon
Passenger focus chief executive Anthony Smith has highlighted a “chronic lack of benchmarking” in the bus industry. To fill the void the... continue
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Regular News
A telephone survey across Europe undertaken by the organisers of the Transports Publics exhibition has discovered that 90% of Britons use urban... continue
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