Is it time to follow the Dutch bus model?

PTEG argues that the Netherlands has found the right approach

Andrew Garnett
03 September 2010
New entrant Qbuzz, partly owned by NS, the Dutch state rail operator, has seen dramatic growth since winning its first franchise in 2008
New entrant Qbuzz, partly owned by NS, the Dutch state rail operator, has seen dramatic growth since winning its first franchise in 2008

 

A new report produced by the Passenger Transport Executive Group aims to set out the lessons for the UK from the “public transport laboratory” of the Netherlands. PTEG says that the document, produced by Dutch consultants Inno-V, lifts the lid on the development of Dutch public transport networks over the last decade since the widespread adoption of franchising models for bus and, in some cases, rail networks. It adds that it is the first time that transport policy makers in the UK...

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