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.
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The Urban Transport Group (UTG)
Service cuts and fare increases have been predicted for England's bus operators once the UK government's Bus Recovery Grant expires in March 2023, according to a new report for the Urban Transport Group.
With nearly 80 per cent of Brits living in the suburbs, the Urban Transport Group's new report highlights that the decarbonisation of transport can only be possible when specific measures are formed to decarbonise transport in the suburbs.
Vehicle that can complete at least part of their journey with zero emissions, such as hybrid or plug-in cars, will still be allowed to be sold until 2035 as part of the new ambitious policy.
The Urban Transport Group (UTG) has updated a COVID-19 Briefing to outline five support measures needed from the government for transport authorities to progress after lockdown restrictions are lifted.
The new model will reportedly have improved and more efficient capabilities than its predecessor, which has been used since 2011.