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Bus News
Passenger Transport authorities emerged as the big winner when the government published its draft Road Transport Bill last week. The bill outlines... continue
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Bus News
“Giving local authorities greater powers to control our bus services may or may not result in a better service. “But without measurable... continue
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“High quality, properly regulated transport networks are vital if the sustainable and equitable growth of the city regions is to continue. In... continue
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“There is some good news for bus operators (on tackling congestion, introducing road pricing, and a proposed more integrated approach to... continue
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“This Bill will provide local authorities with the powers to make car and bus journeys faster and more reliable: we need to get on and do it.... continue
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Bus News
“The government is right to talk in terms of improving the quality of local bus services but the T&G ... is clear that the best way to do... continue
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Bus News
“Stronger national regulation is needed to improve and expand bus services. Too many areas are seeing fares increases and cuts in buses,... continue
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Letters to the Editor
Ludeman is wrong to say Nexus is not working with Go Ahead I was very interested to read Go Ahead Group chief executive Keith Ludeman’s views... continue
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Business Comment Lead Story
Greater Manchester’s bid for a massive £3bn of funding from the Transport Innovation Fund threw down the gauntlet to the region’s... continue
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Bus News Lead Story
By Robert Jack and Meera Rambissoon
The deputy shadow minister for transport has branded the EU’s 50-km rule on driver working hours as “a barmy piece of... continue
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Bus News
By Robert Jack
traffic commissioners are being asked to put their names to operator licensing decisions without having access to all the facts, according to one of... continue
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Bus News
Two former solicitors have been appointed as traffic commissioners by transport secretary Douglas Alexander. Sarah Bell has been appointed as... continue
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Opinion
Britain’s traffic commissioners have always been viewed as being the bus industry’s knights of the road. There are mixed views about them... continue
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In Passing
Bus operators who have been called before a public inquiry by their region’s traffic commissioner to explain the late running of their... continue
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Opinion
By Andrew Garnett
Peter Hendy and his colleagues at the Commission for Integrated Transport came up with a straightforward answer when they studied what... continue
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Ben Colson
By Ben Colson
Chatteris. A non-descript Fenland town, abandoned by the railways in the 1960s, its history is closely associated with local hero Oliver Cromwell,... continue
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Bus News
by Rhodri clark
the idea of penalties for local authorities which fail to get buses out of congestion has gone down well with the Association of Transport... continue
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News Extra
By Rhodri Clark
The debate over the bus industry’s future has been polarised around the bus operators and the powerful PTAs/PTEs. But most of the country,... continue
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Bus News
By Andrew Garnett
THE WIDESCALE adoption of Quality Contracts is unlikely, delegates at a bus regulation conference in London heard last week, and fears that they... continue
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Ben Colson
By Ben Colson
Have you heard the latest industry joke - “what do UK North and ‘Putting Passengers First’ have in common?” The answer,... continue
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