While corporation tax also sees a reduction, budget seen as doing little to help the coach and bus industry The chancellor George Osborne has scrapped the fuel duty increase scheduled for September in the Budget […]
24 spaces created and a CPTbrokered deal also offers a 20% refreshment discount to drivers Westminster City Council has unveiled an innovative way to create a new coach park right in the centre of London.
Stephen Mayne, owner of Warrington and Manchester-based Mayne Coaches, passed away on Saturday July 28, aged 62. Stephen, a long standing and active member of CPT and its predecessors, took over the familyrun Mayne Coaches […]
After years of pressure from CPT and many other organisations, the Government has come up with a proposed way of ending pointless and repetitive Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) checks, which hit both operators and councils.
The 2012 edition of the London Coach Parking map was launched at the O2 in Greenwich on April 26, by CPT President Mark Yexley and TfL Managing Director of Surface Transport, Leon Daniels.
The government has passed legislation to enact the EU Directive which requires self employed drivers to limit their working time. The Directive 2002/15/EC on the organisation of the working time of persons performing mobile transport […]
Council claims economic climate and additional staffing costs have forced its hand The CPT has entered discussions with Oxford City Council about a recent increase in coach parking charges at the Oxpen Coach Park from […]
Carl Sargeant, Welsh Government Minister responsible for transport, met with representatives of the regional transport consortia and the bus industry in Wales to discuss a new formula for supporting bus services. The Minister has agreed […]
Extra funding has been given to local authorities to help improve the efficiency of bus services, although some argue it isn’t enough Local transport minister Norman Baker has announced a number of changes aimed at […]