The UK government's extension of the 'Get around for £2' fare cap, which will run until October 2023, aims to support households amidst rising living costs while stimulating economic growth.
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As part of the £110 million contract, The Go-Ahead Group will operate Kent's Fastrack bus rapid transit system, adding a new fleet of zero-emission, electric buses from November 2024.
Go-Ahead consortium qualifies to bid for Melbourne's Yarra Trams franchise, with a key focus on enhancing passenger experiences, operations and creating employment opportunities for under-represented groups.
The UK government's allocation of £500 million aims to support people across England with living costs, foster long-term stability in the bus sector and ensure reliable transportation options.
Marking its largest electric bus order to date, the 104 new electric buses will accelerate Go-Ahead's green transition, taking it one step closer to achieving its goal of a zero-emission fleet by 2035.
According to new research commissioned for Go-Ahead's Zero Emission Centre of Excellence, 55 per cent of people in the UK are likely to travel by bus more often if they are powered by zero-emission electric or hydrogen batteries.
Claire Mahoney, Head of Colleague Experience at The Go-Ahead Group, explains why it is important to shift from a ‘diversity only’ lens in order to truly create an inclusive workplace where employees feel safe and accepted, and discusses the various initiatives that the company has launched as part of its…
Transport’s journey to net zero: Roads need to be dedicated to public transport, not cars, says Go-Ahead
In the latest instalment of Intelligent Transport’s exclusive sustainable transport Q&A series, Christian Schreyer, Group Chief Executive of The Go-Ahead Group, shares his insight into the various projects that the company is working on to achieve a zero-emission fleet by 2035, as well as why it is so important for…
Go-Ahead's new PickMeUp demand-responsive bus service aims to encourage commuters across High Wycombe to leave their cars at home by picking them up and dropping them off at requested 'virtual bus stops'.
The expansion of its fully electric bus fleet will allow Go North East to provide greener transit connections, reduce congestion and improve air quality across the region.
Launched as part of an inclusion strategy to support neurodiverse colleagues, Go-Ahead's toolkit will provide employees that have been diagnosed with Dyslexia with extra time, materials and resources.
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.
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 has urged drivers to use a bus, train or bike over a car just twice a month to help reduce emissions and improve air quality.
Go-Ahead says the new electric fleet demonstrates its backing to the UK Government's "net zero" target, as the operator looks to reduce emissions in Newcastle and Gateshead.