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Cheap bus scheme for young people extended to 16-21 year-olds

A discounted bus travel scheme for young people is to be extended from December.
14 November 2018/Number of views (102)

Jesse Norman named new transport minister as department shuffles the pack

Jesse Norman has been promoted to transport minister following the sudden resignation by Jo Johnson. 
14 November 2018/Number of views (225)

TfL and Bosch launch partnership to tackle transport problems of the future

Small businesses and start-ups will have the opportunity to work with renowned experts and use cutting-edge data to develop innovative transport solutions.
12 November 2018/Number of views (358)

Transport minister Jo Johnson quits over Brexit

Transport minister Jo Johnson has quit the government, calling for the public to have a fresh say on Brexit.
09 November 2018/Number of views (277)

New survey provides detailed picture of driver satisfaction

A new survey by independent watchdog Transport Focus has found that 82% of road users are satisfied with their last journey using a motorway or major ‘A’ road managed by Highways...
07 November 2018/Number of views (332)

Transdev invests £3 million in Rosso’s North-built buses packed with customer-friendly features

North of England bus group Transdev Blazefield has invested £3 million in a sparkling new fleet of 20 buses for Rosso’s 464 service.
02 November 2018/Number of views (511)

A radical rethink of bus legislation needed for 21st Century services, says CILT

CILT appeared before the Transport Select Committee to give evidence into the health of the bus market.
31 October 2018/Number of views (927)

London’s bus network to meet new world-leading Bus Safety Standard

TfL has published its plans to make buses in London the safest in the world, helping to deliver on the Mayor's target of no-one being killed on or by a London bus by 2030.

31 October 2018/Number of views (452)

A Budget for Britain’s future - what the Budget 2018 means for logistics and transport

In his final budget before Brexit, Phillip Hammond, Chancellor of the Exchequer, declared: “Britain is open for business.

29 October 2018/Number of views (859)

Bristol mayor Marvin Rees plans to boost bus travel

Plans to double the frequency of buses on main routes and passenger numbers have been announced by Bristol's mayor.
24 October 2018/Number of views (804)


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