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2010 March

  • 2 March 2010
    Reacting to today's urban transport summit [1], Campaign for Better Transport said that without new money on offer cities will struggle to deliver any real improvements to transport.

  • 4 March 2010
    Morning commuters at Richmond station will be asked to sign up for cheaper fares Monday 8 March [1]. Campaigners wearing giant train tickets will talk to passengers and give out campaign postcards.

  • 9 March 2010
    The Government's White Paper on High Speed Rail was released 11 March 2010.

  • 11 March 2010
    Commuters at Clapham Junction station will be asked to sign up for cheaper fares Monday 15 March [1]. Campaigners wearing giant train tickets will talk to passengers and give out campaign postcards.

  • 11 March 2010
    Campaign for Better Transport said the Government has failed to show that their high speed rail plans will get people out of cars and planes. The group also warned against cutting transport funding today to fund expensive ‘jam tomorrow’.

  • 16 March 2010
    Parliamentary candidates for St Albans will be at the train station Thursday 18 March, asking passengers to sign up for cheaper fares [1]. Liberal Democrat candidate Sandy Walkington and Labour candidate Roma Mills will be with the executive director of...

  • 17 March 2010
    A coalition of 10 organisations is opposing ticket office cuts planned by South West Trains [1]. The train company is planning to cut opening hours at 24 stations around London and the South East.

  • 18 March 2010
    Next week the Chancellor presents a pre-election budget. This briefing looks at what he will say – and more importantly what he probably won’t say – about transport taxation and spending

  • 19 March 2010
    Commuters in Kent will be asked to sign up for cheaper train fares Monday 22 March at Dartford, Sittingbourne, Rochester and Gravesend stations[1]. Campaigners will wear giant train tickets and give out campaign postcards to passengers and election...

  • 19 March 2010
    A new untaxed perk for bankers and other highly paid business people has been revealed in new research by the Campaign for Better Transport.

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