A new procurement framework has been launched with the addition of a new hydrogen bus lot to to help the public sector access hydrogen buses.
The Scottish Government has launched the first £50 million phase of a new Scottish Zero Emission Bus Challenge Fund (ScotZEB).
Light rail operators have been granted up to £56 million in government funding to help run services as coronavirus (Covid-19) restrictions are lifted.
A £226.5 million funding package has been announced by roads minister Baroness Vere to help improve bus services as Covid-19 restrictions are lifted.
To date, there is no evidence that public transport was, or is, a source of virus transmission. Government needs to get this across to the travelling public
Government plans for England’s buses gain support, but questions are raised over the ability of local authorities to comply with proposed timescales
Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has launched a multi-million scheme to enable local transport authorities to roll out zero-emission buses across England.
Greater Manchester’s Mayor, Andy Burnham, has made the decision to take local control over buses as part of plans for an integrated transport network.
The Government has launched a £3 billion national bus strategy for England, which includes a move to franchising, ticketing reform, and hundreds of miles of new bus lanes.
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.
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”.
The majority of passengers in the UK are concerned about using trains and buses due to Covid-19, according to new data from the DfT.
SSE is leading the world’s largest vehicle-to-grid trial at a North London bus garage that will see the vehicles generate electricity when they are not in use.
Transport for London (TfL) has confirmed that London's buses have begun returning to front-door boarding, with customers required to touch in with Oyster, contactless and concessionary cards.