Richard Dilks of Collaborative Mobility UK explains why the COP26 in Glasgow is such an important opportunity for the transport industry to enact real change in the way we move.
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With the UN Climate Change Conference headed for Glasgow in 2021, the Sustainable Transport Alliance has been founded with a view to cutting greenhouse emissions within the mobility sector.
A new survey shows that despite 28 per cent of people still having significant concern over the transmission of COVID-19, an equal number now feel safe to travel by bus.
Bus Users is calling on the new government to ensure the future sustainability of bus services ahead of the General Election.
Everything that could go wrong for rural bus services did, but a new report suggests 10 ways that could help them to get them back on track.
17 March 2017 | By Intelligent Transport Magazine
Norman Baker, Chair of Bus Users UK, is leaving the organisation to take up a new role as Managing Director of Brighton bus operator, the Big Lemon.
Claire Walters joined Bus Users UK as Chief Executive in 2012 with a single focus; to ensure the voice of the passenger is heard by decision-makers at all levels, from central government to transport planners, local authorities and operators. Here Claire writes that a lot of this work is, naturally,…
20 November 2015 | By Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, Intelligent Transport
Bus Users UK, the independent group which champions the interests of bus and coach users, has appointed Natacha Tagholm as the new Deputy Director for England.
30 April 2014 | By Stephen Morris, Deputy Chief Executive, Bus Users UK
It is often said that Britain is becoming two nations – London and the rest of the UK. This is perhaps most clearly demonstrated in passenger transport; London attracts the bulk of the country’s investment in transport. A regulated bus network, supported by substantial public subsidy, is probably familiar to…
4 October 2013 | By Bus Users UK
The bus lanes are being suspended because the Council believes many of them simply don’t work...