Shadow Transport Minister Mary Creagh’s has made a commitment to make it easier for transport authorities to pursue Quality.
Rollout across entire London network boosts the technology’s use on buses More than one million journeys have been made using contactless payment cards and devices in the first week since Transport for London (TfL) launched […]
The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) is set to introduce its Remote Enforcement (RE) strategy following a 12-month trial in the Western Traffic Area.
Transport for London (TfL) has welcomed the opinion of the Advocate General, who advises the European Court of Justice (ECJ) in Luxembourg, on the case brought by Eventech, a subsidiary of Addison Lee, that challenges […]
80% of York’s buses could be electric due to them operating within urban areas Measures to continue to improve York’s air quality over the next six years are being proposed through the development of York’s […]
Stagecoach has launched a new service connecting the Liverpool and Chester primary retail and leisure hubs.
National Express Group (NEG) is to withdraw from the German long-distance scheduled coach sector when it shuts down its city2city operation on October 13. The business has become the first player to exit the market, […]
Company is establishing new dedicated base near Brussels, with space for six vehicles Megabus.com is set to launch a new network of services in the Benelux region from next month and open a dedicated base […]
The Highways Agency has announced that new payment arrangements will now come into effect at the Dartford Crossing during late November.
DFDS Seaways has announced a route closure consultation on the twice-daily Portsmouth to Le Havre ferry service. The announcement follows a meeting with its union representatives in the Extraordinary Works Council in France.