Building on support that is already in place for customers across Cornwall, Go-Ahead's new Tap & Go scheme will allow bus passengers in the county to benefit from more affordable fares with daily and weekly fare caps in place.
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With the company now operating nine out of every 10 buses that ran pre-pandemic, Go North West is the first Go-Ahead company in the UK to reach this level of passenger recovery.
Go-Ahead customers in Cornwall can now benefit from up to 40 per cent reduced bus fares for a four-year period, as the government-backed pilot measures the significance of lower fares in stimulating bus usage across the county.
The integration of Flexbuss Sverige AB into the company signifies an expansion of Go-Ahead Group's London and international franchised bus business into a new territory.
Building on two years’ worth of unprecedented government support to keep bus and light rail networks running, the UK government’s new funding package will support operators across England in their post-pandemic recovery.
For the second year in a row, the Carbon Disclosure Project has awarded Go-Ahead with an 'A minus' rating for reducing carbon emissions, the highest score of any UK public transport company.
‘Road to Renewables’ electric bus tour celebrating sustainable transport and energy projects ahead of COP26
The 'Road to Renewables' electric bus is driving from London to Glasgow ahead of COP26, stopping along the way at multiple destinations to highlight various projects that are driving the transition to net zero in the UK.
Go-Ahead has been recognised by climate watchdog the Carbon Disclosure Project for its efforts to make its bus and rail services as green as possible.
The project will redistribute energy generated by buses not in use and provide services for the national grid, regional distribution network operators, bus operators and transport authorities.
Following the launch of its “Women in Bus” network, the rail and bus operator has seen a jump in numbers of female applicants for its bus management graduate scheme.
The Go-Ahead Group has launched a campaign to encourage more women to apply for jobs in the bus industry – including driving buses, maintaining vehicles and managing depots.
As Andrew Allner, current non-executive Chairman, announces his retirement, The Go-Ahead Board has announced Clare Hollingsworth as his replacement.
The PickMeUp on-demand bus operation in Oxford has exceeded expectations in its first nine months of operation and is set to expand with extra buses and additional staff to meet demand.
As we move towards generating the workforce we need for the future, Go-Ahead Group People Director, Siobhan Morrison, asks: what can we do to bridge the UK’s skills gap?
The trial is expected to last a year and will see areas of Sutton which currently do not have access to public transport connected through the scheme.