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News Update 23 November 2018 Greener Journeys has produced a report Bus Infrastructure Investment which demonstrates that investment in bus can have a transformational impact on a city region’s economic performance and provide opportunities for growth. It includes ideas for … Continue reading

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News Update 2 November 2018

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The Office of Rail and Road has set out its final determination on Network Rail’s plans for Control Period 6, commencing April 2019. £24.3bn is approved on maintaining (£7.7bn) and renewing (£16.6bn) the existing railway in Great Britain. Renewal work … Continue reading

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News Update 18 October 2018

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The proportion of non-frequent scheduled bus services in England on time, ie within 1 minute early and 5 minutes 59 seconds late, was 82.7% in 2016/17 (82.6% in 2015/16, 82.9% 2014/15) The Department for Transport Quarterly Bus Statistics for England … Continue reading

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News Update 27 September 2018

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The Government review of the railways is to be led by Keith Williams who is deputy chairman of John Lewis, a former chief executive of British Airways and a non-executive director of Transport for London. The review is to look … Continue reading

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News Update 25 October 2018

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The Government Rail Review will examine commercial models, industry structures, financial matters, fares and industrial relations: the terms of reference were announced by the Secretary of State on 11 October and recommendations should avoid creating negative impacts on the public … Continue reading

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News Update 4 October 2018

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The Department for Transport has published a report by a Task and Finish Group on Taxi and Private Hire Vehicle Licensing which makes 34 recommendations to Government on overhauling legislation. Licensing authorities should be able to set higher standards in … Continue reading

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