Payments to be made every four weeks, instead of quarterly Changes to the way the Bus Services Operators Grant (BSOG) is issued in Scotland will come into effect at the start of next month.
BSOG funding for non-commercial routes will be devolved to local authorities from January 2014 Transport Minister Norman Baker has confirmed local authorities are to be given greater control over the way money is spent on […]
Keith Hammond of Ferryhill Village Travel has damaged his good repute after failing to pay a debt to the public purse for nearly four years, North East Traffic Commissioner Kevin Rooney has ruled.
It has been confirmed in the spending review that BSOG is to be protected until 2015/16.
The CPT has responded to the Local Government Association’s (LGA) criticism of BSOG following the Campaign for Better Transport’s call to the Chancellor to protect bus funding in the forthcoming Spending Round.
FOI request shows the extent of damage to the economy if BSOG is cut Campaign for Better Transport (CBT) has obtained Government information which it claims shows the scale of the threat to bus services […]
Griffiths warns further reductions in BSOG will lead to investment reduction, fare rises and network shrinkage Martin Griffiths, Stagecoach’s new CEO, has warned the government that further cuts to bus subsidies in the upcoming spending […]
Potential service cuts and fare increases in Wales are looming as the Welsh BSOG cuts draw close.
The new funding model due to take effect in Wales from April could contravene European Union (EU) state aid rules – according to CPT Cymru.