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Local Transport Today
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Bus operators are not legally required to make passengers give way to wheelchair users, the Court of Appeal has ruled.  Wheelchair user Doug... continue
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News
The founder of Cornwall and Devon independent bus operator Western Greyhound has sold the business.  The firm’s Liskeard operation in... continue
Local Transport Today
Lead Story
John W E Helm
A big increase in profits at  joint venture company Virgin Rail Group has boosted Stagecoach Group results for the six months to 31 October... continue
Local Transport Today
In brief
FirstGroup has installed warning bells on buses on route 83 between Oldham and Manchester in an effort to cut the chances of collisions with... continue
Local Transport Today
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Michael Dugher has used one of his first interviews since becoming shadow transport secretary to emphasise his pro-road views.   “Most... continue
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The Quality Contract Scheme board set up to scrutinise Nexus’s plan for a bus Quality Contract Scheme in Tyne and Wear will not be able to... continue
Local Transport Today
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Andrew Forster
A Private?Bill could be used to give Greater Manchester powers to introduce bus franchising. The Government said last month that it was “ready... continue
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The Office for Low Emission Vehicles has invited cities across the UK to bid to a £35m ultra-low emission cars fund.  Two to four cities... continue
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Labour today widened its attack on private sector operators, with the shadow transport secretary savaging Martin Griffiths, Stagecoach chief... continue
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Councils in South Yorkshire are demanding a further huge cut to the Passenger Transport Executive’s budget next year as they themselves grapple... continue
Local Transport Today
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Vouchers offering free bus travel to motorists can deliver lasting changes to travel behaviour, according to a new guide prepared by bus industry... continue
Local Transport Today
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Andrew Forster
Two influential transport industry figures have voiced scepticism about councils taking on bus Quality Contract powers. Sir Peter Hendy,... continue
Local Transport Today
In brief
The DfT is setting up a £25m fund to provide minibuses for community transport operators in rural and isolated areas of England. The scheme... continue
Local Transport Today
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Warwickshire County Council is writing to transport secretary Patrick McLoughlin to draw his attention to the rising price of bus fares in the... continue
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Operators of tendered bus routes in Essex will be incentivised to boost passenger numbers by  retaining fare revenues under a revamp to... continue
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Letters to the editor
Roger Sexton, Nottingham NG1
Fifty per cent of all English bus journeys are made in London even though it has only about 15 per cent of the population. It is therefore not... continue
Local Transport Today
Regular news
The DfT has adjusted data in the calculator used by England’s travel concession authorities (TCAs) for working out concessionary fares... continue
Local Transport Today
In brief
The eye-catching ‘ski-jump’ canopy on Vauxhall bus station in south London will be demolished in Transport for London’s plans to... continue
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Media monitor
Rik Thomas
“Rail, road and bus spending is the way to bridge the north-south divide,” The Observer suggested on 23 November. “While London... continue
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People/people
Professor John Hibbs OBE, one of the leading academic advocates of bus deregulation, has died. Hibbs spent much of his academic career at the... continue
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