The UK government's £2 fare capping scheme has boosted Go-Ahead's regional bus companies, allowing over 10 million passengers to take advantage of its services, which has resulted in an extension of the scheme until the end of June 2023.
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Since the introduction of the nationwide £2 bus fare cap in January 2023, Go-Ahead's bus companies across England have carried two million passengers that have utilised the promotional fare.
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.
The operator is trialling the new Yutong electric bus on one of its most popular routes in Yorkshire.
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.
CitySwift has raised €2 million in additional funding, as its industry-leading data engine is rolled out by two of the UK’s largest listed passenger transport providers to support social distancing and aid network recovery.
Approximately £46 million, over the last five years, has been invested into reducing emissions, upgrading bus technology and enhancing the north-east’s fleet to be more sustainable…
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