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WINNER Stagecoach West Scotland, for Bio-buses ‘Bio-buses’ is a ground-breaking environmental initiative by Stagecoach West Scotland that... continue
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WINNER Ted Ingle, East Midlands Trains East Midlands Trains employee Ted Ingle was named as the Stagecoach Group Green Champion in May 2009, after... continue
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WINNER Go Ahead Group, for investing in intelligent lighting at depots The Go Ahead Group operates out of over 600 separate premises throughout... continue
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WINNER FirstGroup FirstGroup is the largest UK-listed surface transport group, employing 135,000 people globally with a turnover of £5bn. It is... continue
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Editorial Comment
Robert Jack
Lord Adonis made a speech on low carbon transport in November at the London Transport Museum. The secretary of state for transport had been invited... continue
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Viewpoint
Peter Stonham
There are plenty of industries who must have felt seriously challenged over the past couple of decades when looking at how they measure up against... continue
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Letters
Daniel Scharf, GreenSpeed, Abingdon, Oxfordshire
Keith Ludeman claimed that the modal shift from car to bus or train occurs where public services have “quality attributes”, and are... continue
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Progress Report
Andrew Garnett
When it comes to low carbon buses, London has always been something of a leader in recent years. The capital has been the first to introduce hybrid... continue
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Viewpoint
Rupert Fausset, Principal Sustainability Advisor, Forum for the Future
We have had the pleasure of powered transport for nearly 200 years now, and of those only the last 60 years have been dominated by explosive growth... continue
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Ben Colson
Ben Colson
It is normal at this time of year to reflect on the year past, and to look forward to the next. As we have seen in the Queen’s Speech,... continue
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The Big Question
Richard George, Roads and Climate Campaigner, Campaign for Better Transport
The Committee on Climate Change’s October report helpfully mapped out the route to a low carbon transport system. While greener and electric... continue
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The Big Question
Jim Steer, Director, Greengauge 21
Most of the answer lies in changes in local travel. But a third of person-travel comes from journeys of over 50 miles. Here travel demand increases... continue
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The Big Question
Andrew Meaney, Managing Consultant, Oxera
The Stern Review’s three policy principles - introducing carbon pricing, focusing on technology policy, and focusing on behavioural change -... continue
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The Big Question
Claire Haigh, Campaign Director, Greener Journeys
Cars produce 60% of all carbon emissions from domestic transport. Huge savings could be achieved by encouraging people to reduce their car use and... continue
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While the Greener Journeys campaign has highlighted the impact major initiatives could have in reducing car travel and growing bus use, there remains... continue
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Advertising campaigns promoting the environmental consciousness of major corporations are becoming increasingly common, even among industries which... continue
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Although vehicle technology in the car industry has made great strides in reducing emissions, it has been slow to have a significant impact on the... continue
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While all modes of public transport have an environmental advantage over car travel, the scale has been eroded in recent years, as emissions from new... continue
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Products & Services
Bus operator Arriva North West and Merseytravel, the Merseyside PTE, have won the Alexander Dennis Innovation Award for their fuel saving system,... continue
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Bus News
Two hydrogen buses are set to hit the streets of Sunderland as part of a unique research and development programme that aims to bring international... continue
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