FTA, SMMT and Campaign for Better Transport respond to the Chancellor’s budget announcement Industry organisations have been responding to the 2016 Budget, which was revealed by Chancellor George Osborne on March 16.
A group of charities and NGO’s have called on the Government to protect buses from further cuts in the Spending Review.
Transport Minister Norman Baker has announced the Department for Transport will provide £5m to support efforts to reduce pollution from local buses.
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 […]
Annual statistics show there has been a drop in supported services and bus mileage while passengers have seen fare increases This year’s Annual Bus Statistics released by the DfT show bus mileage has decreased and […]
The Association of Transport Coordinating Officers (ATCO) winter conference is to be held on November 24 this year, on the theme of travel behaviour and prospects for its change. The ATCO describe this as “a […]
CBT has written to 124 MPs and NatEx urges customers to write to theirs National Express and the Campaign for Better Transport (CBT) have taken measures against the cutting of the concessionary coach scheme reported […]