Passenger Transport Executive Group (pteg) is changing its name to the Urban Transport Group, as Transport for London (TfL) comes on board.
A new report from pteg has highlighted the importance of public transport, and the bus in particular, in enabling people to find and sustain employment.
Members of the North East Combined Authority reject operators’ partnership proposal and vote for franchising. Gareth Evans reports In a move which could signal the biggest changes to the way buses operate across Tyne & […]
Shadow Transport Minister Mary Creagh’s has made a commitment to make it easier for transport authorities to pursue Quality.
Existing BSOG money would be absorbed – plus a further £0.5bn to reflect the crossdepartmental benefits of supporting services
Recent analysis from pteg of recently released Treasury public spending figures claims public spending on transport in London is £545 per head, around 2.3 times higher than the West Midlands and the North of England.
Devolution of local transport decisions in urban areas was in the spotlight at last week’s pteg Parliamentary reception. Although buses received small mention at the reception ‘Ready for the devolution challenge; PTEs/ITAS and the future […]
Teenage campaigners from the British Youth Council (BYC) and National Children’s Bureau (NCB) met with transport minister Norman Baker on March 6 to discuss how bus services could be improved for young people.
Bristol is now part of the pteg (passenger transport executive group) network after the West of England Authorities joined the group together as an Associate Member. With Bristol and the West of England area on […]
Neil Scales is to leave his job as chief executive and director general of passenger transport authority Merseytravel after almost fifteen years with the organisation. He is to become CEO of TransLink, the public transport […]