First Bus, one of the UK’s largest bus operators, has opened up its timetable data ahead of the DfT's Bus Open Data Service (BODS) December 31 deadline.
The DfT will provide cash refunds for all domestic rail and coach tickets that the public may have booked for the previous Christmas travel window.
The Department for Transport (DfT) has put a £3 million support package together to help coach operators provide additional services over the Christmas period.
Stoke-on-Trent will get £29m from the Government's Transforming Cities Fund to help improve train stations, active travel and the city’s central bus station.
Greater Manchester is launching a further public consultation on its proposals to reform the bus market; following a new report on the impact of Covid-19.
A report on Shropshire’s buses has concluded that a “significant increase in Shropshire Council support for bus services is urgently needed”.
Birmingham City Council is to add 20 hydrogen double decker buses to its fleet next spring as part of its Clean Air Hydrogen Bus Pilot.
Roger Brereton, head of sales at Pailton Engineering, weighs in on the debate for greater electric bus design standardisation.
A cross-party group of MPs have demanded the Government delivers on its commitment to invest £3 billion in 4,000 zero emission buses as soon as possible.
Warrington Borough Council has launched a bid with the Department for Transport (DfT) to become the UK’s first all-electric bus town.
The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) has released a new white paper that makes recommendations for rebuilding the UK bus market after lockdown.
Videalert has achieved Approved Devices certification from Transport Scotland for its bus lane enforcement system.
Dublin City Council has published a comprehensive Covid-19 recovery plan with a raft of new public transport and active travel measures.
ViaVan and Stagecoach have launched the UK’s first demand-responsive public bus service for exclusive use by essential NHS workers, during the Covid crisis.
Cardiff bus users can now travel even more seamlessly around the city thanks to a collaboration between bike share operator nextbike.
A group of industry leaders and academics has challenged the Government’s alleged bias against hydrogen buses in its pursuit of decarbonising public transport.
Nottingham City Transport (NCT) has adopted mobile technology across its engineering operations to manage the maintenance of over 300 buses.
The Parliamentary Environmental Audit Committee is looking for expert input on how hydrogen technology could help power the green transport revolution.
The Department for Transport has issued detailed advice on how to stay safe while travelling during the coronavirus outbreak.
The UK Government has stepped in with a £1.6 support package to ensure Transport for London can maintain public transport services in the Capital.