A recent parliamentary written answer has shed more light on the Buses Bill, after the shadow transport minister asked about the impact of franchising on competition where existing assets are retained.
Questions raised over cost, incentives for operators to invest in new vehicles and the effect on the vehicle manufacturing sector The Conservative MP for Altrincham and Sale West, Graham Brady, has asked the government a […]
Key features will include requirement for open data and local authorities no longer being required to fund bus priority in partnership agreements Parliamentary under Secretary of State for Transport, Andrew Jones, has revealed some details […]
New research by Transport for Quality of Life (TfQL), in advance of the forthcoming Government ‘Buses Bill’ due to be published next month, says that giving the rest of Britain the same powers over local […]
Andrew Jones MP says the measures aim to facilitate more effective partnership development between local authorities and bus operators The forthcoming Buses Bill will include partnership working measures – the government has confirmed.