England prepares for pub reopenings on 4 July

England prepares for pub reopenings on 4 July

Mark Moran

Pubs, restaurants, hairdressers and cinemas will reopen on Saturday 4 July in what is the biggest easing of lockdown restrictions in England so far. The UK government will also moving from nationwide measures to targeted local interventions designed to contain any resurgences in the COVID-19... continue

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Scottish travel restrictions lifted

Scottish travel restrictions lifted

Mark Moran

The five-mile limit for leisure travel in Scotland will be lifted for the majority of the country under... continue

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‘Stay local' rule to be lifted in Wales

‘Stay local' rule to be lifted in Wales

Mark Moran

The requirement to stay local in Wales will be lifted from Monday 6 July, First Minister Mark Drakeford has... continue

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Face coverings made compulsory on public transport in Northern Ireland

Mark Moran

Relaxations to coronavirus restrictions in Northern Ireland that are due to take effect over the coming days have been ratified by the NI Executive. The executive has agreed that the use of face coverings on public transport will be mandatory from Friday 10 July. Guidance and exemptions will be... continue

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English international travel corridors revealed

English international travel corridors revealed

Mark Moran

Passengers returning to or visiting England from countries such as Germany, Greece, France, Italy and Spain will no longer need to... continue

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English schools and colleges to reopen in full in September

English schools and colleges to reopen in full in September

Mark Moran

Current restrictions on group sizes will be lifted to... continue

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£500m funding support for English councils

£500m funding support for English councils

Mark Moran

The Government has announced £500m of support for English councils and a package of measures to mitigate the impact of... continue

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Rental e-scooter trials to go ahead from 4 July

Rental e-scooter trials to go ahead from 4 July

New regulations allowing trials of rental e-scooters will come into force on Saturday 4 July 2020, Transport Minister Rachel Maclean has announced. The first trials are expected to begin... continue

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PM Johnson’s ‘New Deal’ stresses desire to reduce planning delays

PM Johnson’s ‘New Deal’ stresses desire to reduce planning delays

Mark Moran

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has promised to reform the planning... continue

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Extended households will enable Welsh families to be re-united

Extended households will enable Welsh families to be re-united

Mark Moran

People from two separate households will be able to join... continue

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DfT updates traffic order guidance

DfT updates traffic order guidance

This guidance applies to the Traffic Orders Procedure (Coronavirus) (amendment) (England) regulations 2020 (Statutory Instrument No.... continue

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26 Jun 2020Local Transport Today Features

Bus seat reservations trial for Bristol

Bus passengers in the Bristol area will be able to reserve a seat on socially-distanced bus services in a trial expected to be launched by First West of England this summer.   Passengers will use an app to  pre-book a seat on a service.  “Subject to the effectiveness of the... continue

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TfL reviews office requirements as home working ‘here to stay’

TfL reviews office requirements as home working ‘here to stay’

Transport for London is looking to reduce its office estate as Covid-19 prompts a permanent shift towards more home-working by many of its desk-based staff.  TfL revealed its plans this week. Many other organisations are undertaking similar... continue

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One metre social distancing unlikely to boost bus capacity

One metre social distancing unlikely to boost bus capacity

Andrew Forster

The Government’s decision to reduce social... continue

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Upheaval for buses – WECA

Covid-19 will cause lasting damage to the bus sector in Bristol and the surrounding area, the West of England Combined Authority has warned, and could demand new thinking on the regulatory framework for the industry.  Peter Mann, WECA’s head of strategic transport integration, told the... continue

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Scots launch £47.6m bus support package

The Scottish Government has announced a £47.6m eight-week grant for bus operators to pay for enhanced service levels as the country comes out of Covid-19 lockdown restrictions.  Bus mileage in Scotland has been operating at about 30-40 per cent during lockdown, facilitated by the... continue

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