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Chapter 5 of the strategy is dedicated to reducing transport emissions and details numerous schemes that the government has implemented, and further initiatives that will begin soon.
The importance of investing in bus infrastructure across the UK is emphasised by Greener Journeys and Arup in their new report.
The UK Government confirms their ambition to see at least half of new cars to be ultra-low emission by 2030 with the release of a strategy…
The UK urgently needs a shift from car to bus and other forms of sustainable transport if the air pollution and congestion problems are to be tackled, which have only been made worse through the freezing of fuel prices…
UK passengers will benefit from a multi-million pound government investment which will help councils and bus companies operate more environmentally-friendly buses…
2 August 2017 | By Claire Haigh, Chief Executive of Greener Journeys
Despite carrying more commuters every day than all other forms of public transport, buses still suffer from a perception problem. For Intelligent Transport, Claire Haigh, Chief Executive of Greener Journeys, explains what the company is doing to combat this and what more can be done to encourage people to catch…
19 July 2017 | By EuroTransport
Lothian has launched a fleet of 30 brand new, low emission buses this week. At an investment in excess of £7 million the fleet will be serving one of Edinburgh’s busiest roads and turning the tide on its pollutant reputation.
9 February 2017 | By Katie Sadler, Intelligent Transport
A LowCVP report suggests bus usage in UK towns and cities is increasing thanks to greener, more convenient and better connected services.
14 December 2016 | By Katie Sadler, Intelligent Transport
A new report published by Greener Journeys suggests improving local bus services in the UK would boost employment and improve income helping to reduce social deprivation.
11 September 2015 | By Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, Intelligent Transport
New research commissioned by Greener Journeys by analysts KPMG LLP has revealed investment into local bus infrastructure can deliver clear economic benefits and cuts pollution.
17 August 2015 | By Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, Intelligent Transport
Catch the Bus Week is an annual celebration aimed at raising awareness of bus travel in order to drive a modal switch from car to bus around the country. Claire Haigh, chief executive of Greener Journeys, which spearheads the event, recounts this year’s activity.