The plans for Battersea Park Road in Nine Elms will work to make it easier and safer to walk and cycle, with the aim to encourage more people out of their private cars.
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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 fully electric autonomous bus service, operated by First Bus and now being trialled on public roads, will offer passengers a greener, quieter and more innovative way to travel.
As part of the testing process, 22 passengers experienced the autonomous vehicle for the first time and provided Stagecoach with insight into how they think an inclusive and accessible autonomous bus service can be achieved.
The UK government's new £32.9 million funding will help accelerate walking and cycling schemes across England, with a key focus on making active travel a safe and accessible option for all.
The UK government aims to help passengers outside the capital save on bus fares, with the launch of its new fare cap scheme across more than 130 bus operators in England.
In addition to setting out its path to financial sustainability, TfL's latest Business Plan will focus on delivering key improvements across London's road and rail network, while achieving its climate action targets.
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In addition to expanding the ULEZ, a number of initiatives will be introduced to support more Londoners, including a new scrappage scheme for people who have disabilities or are on lower incomes and the biggest expansion of outer London's bus network.
Building on the progress that the company has made across the UK in 2021-2022, Stagecoach's electrification plans will see it increase its electric bus fleet from 184 buses to 343 in the next 12 months.
The Mayor of London's strategy aims to maintain the progress that the capital has made in its transition to electric vehicles by quadrupling the number of public charge points in London by 2030.
Combined with existing grant agreements, the additional funding unlocked by the Mayor will mean that only three bus routes out of TfL’s 620 network will go, with a total of 53 routes to no longer be withdrawn or affected.
Transport Planning Society calls on UK government to reform transport funding ahead of autumn budget
The Transport Planning Society's new report urges the UK government to simplify public transport funding to make it easier for decision makers to deliver services that best serve their communities.
Council interventions can help remove one billion miles of car journeys each week, says new Stagecoach report
Stagecoach's new report sets out the financial, environmental and community benefits of reduced car use and calls for co-ordinated action from government, councils and transport operators to encourage modal shift.