Daily and Monday to Sunday fare capping now applies for bus passengers using contactless payments in London. The best value for a passenger’s contactless travel over a sevenday period is now automatically calculated. Daily fares […]
First Leicester, with the help of the Leicester Transport Heritage Trust, has marked the 90th anniversary of the first motorbus service in Leicester
Transport for London (TfL) has confirmed that trials of detection software to enhance bus driver awareness of pedestrians and cyclists, will start later this month. It is trialling two systems – ‘CycleEye’ from Fusion Processing […]
MPs on the Transport Select Committee (TSC) have warned that policy makers across all Government departments must recognise the fundamental importance of passenger transport for providing access to education, healthcare and employment for isolated communities.
National Express ferried record-breaking numbers of festival-goers to Glastonbury Festival and back this year.
National Express unveiled a package of commitments for young people during an event at London’s Transport Museum on Wednesday (July 9)
Transport for All member Jeff Harvey spent an afternoon travelling on six different buses with DfT official Ben Jones, a policy advisor on bus and taxi access. The journey aimed to highlight the need for […]
More than £385m of funding has been announced for road, rail and tram schemes across the West Midlands.
Arriva London North has lost three routes in the latest Transport for London (TfL) bus tendering round – which amounts to 49 buses worth of work.
Work on the Bath Transportation Package can now begin after final approval from Local Transport Minister Norman Baker. It was one of the schemes given funding last year as part of the Spending Review. Completion […]