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Regular News
A?NEW?report by the district auditor to Merseytravel has criticised the PTE for the way in which committed resources to the doomed Merseytram... continue
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People
Doncaster councillor Andrea Milner has been appointed as the new chair of South Yorkshire Passenger Transport Authority. She takes over from Mick... continue
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In brief
Parisian transit authority RATP has submitted a ‘green paper’ to the European Union that sets out how urban mobility can be improved... continue
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West Yorkshire PTA, Metro, has become the latest organisation to complain about recent overruns in Network Rail’s routine engineering. A paper... continue
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Interview
By Robert Jack
Roy Wicks will next month retire from the two key transport posts that he currently occupies - chair of PTEG and director general of South Yorkshire... continue
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Bus News
By Andrew Garnett
BUS?OPERATORS in the West Midlands have raised serious concerns about concessionary travel reimbursement rates after the new England-wide... continue
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Regular News
By Meera Rambissoon
Bus USERs UK’s claim for the role of statutory bus passenger champion has been branded  “unacceptable” by the Passenger... continue
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Regular News
The local transport bill needs to provide “adequate and additional safeguards” for staff during the transition to a Quality Contract,... continue
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People Lead Story
David Brown has been appointed as the new director general of South Yorkshire Passenger Transport Executive. Brown, who is currently passenger... continue
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Bus News
By Andrew Garnett
IT HAS been revealed that West Yorkshire PTE Metro is drawing up plans for a series of Quality Contract networks that will eventually cover the... continue
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Ben Colson
It was perhaps unfortunate that the second reading of the Local Transport Bill in the Commons coincided with the address to members of both houses by... continue
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Regular News
By Andrew Garnett
NedRailways, the UK arm of Dutch state rail operator NS, is understood to be is poised to enter the UK bus market. Although the rail firm has... continue
Categories: Bus, PTE/PTEG, NedRail, All of UK
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Greater Manchester PTA has become the latest public body to back plans for a new new high speed rail network in the UK. High speed rail lobby group... continue
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Bus News
Conservative members of the West Midlands and West Yorkshire PTAs, Centro and Metro, have spoken out against the party’s policy on bus... continue
Categories: Bus, PTE/PTEG, PTEs, All of UK
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West Yorkshire PTE Metro’s free bus service in Wakefield, the MetroConnect Wakefield Freecitybus, has carried 400,000 passengers since its... continue
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People
Jim Harries, the former managing director of Greater Manchester Metrolink, has been appointed its engineering manager. He will manage its expansion,... continue
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Regular News
Plans to introduce congestion charging in Greater Manchester have been hit by the defeat of Irlam councillor Roger Jones in last week’s the... continue
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Bus News
A new report commissioned by PTEG says that making bus networks simple, frequent and stable could help revive them in city regions outside... continue
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Other Columnist
Peter White
Since the introduction of local bus deregulation outside London in 1986, strikingly different trends have been observed in the six English Passenger... continue
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Other Columnist
A new report drawing on statistics published by Transport for London and the Department for Transport, shows that between 1999/2000 and 2006/07, bus... continue
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