The UK Transport Committee emphasises the need for ongoing financial support to enhance bus services throughout England, ensuring efficient and accessible transportation options for the public.
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The UK Transport Committee has examined evidence on inadequate accessibility laws and is now calling for reforms in the transport sector to better support people with disabilities and those with access needs.
The Transport Committee has stated that it is seeking a range of views to suggest areas where more support is needed, designed to enable MPs to maintain scrutiny of the Department for Transport and key bodies as the crisis continues.
After the recent announcement that the UK is to trial e-scooters in public spaces, the Transport Committee has launched an inquiry to collate evidence on their safety and environmental benefits.
How congestion and pollution are being tackled, the popularity of bus transport and the reliability of buses across the country will be investigated…
For Intelligent Transport, Keith Prince AM, Rapporteur and Chair of the Transport Committee, discusses the Transport Committee’s recent report into door-to-door transport services and what TfL must do to improve these services.
2 May 2017 | By Intelligent Transport
A new report by the Transport Committee has stated the need for integration of door-to-door transport services.