Following a midterm review of its London coach parking trial at Camberwell and Stockwell bus garages, the CPT has announced that the initial six week period due to end on June 24 has been extended […]
UK coach operators travelling in France stand to benefit from a major concession to new French rules on minimum wages and conditions thanks to the role played by CPT’s Director of Policy Development, Steven Salmon, […]
CPT Cymru has welcomed the appointment of its new Welsh Transport Minister, Ken Skates.
CPT has teamed up with Go-Ahead London to provide an extra 30 coach parking spaces per day in central London this spring for a trial period.
Other news unveiled at the launch includes plans for coaches to park at bus depots and bays 21 short-stay bays’ waiting times increased to 60 minutes The 2016 edition of the London Coach Parking Map […]
CPT is appealing for operators to report incidents of their drivers being fined owing to a revised interpretation of drivers’ hours rules in France.
TfL announces the trial of mixed use bays and a pilot marshalling scheme for tourist coaches in London Transport for London (TfL) has announced that it has begun two trials designed to support coach drivers […]
Labour has announced plans to hand local bus services to ‘not-for-profit’ operators including community groups, with the aim of ending the market dominance of the big five bus operators, The Independent has reported.
A Labour government would give more control over deregulated bus service to local authorities, says Ed Miliband A Labour government would pass an English Devolution Act, transferring control of over £30bn worth of funding to […]
CPT has announced the appointment of Andy Warrender as Coaching Executive.