28 June 2017
Campaign for Better Transport responds to the publication of the UNESCO report into the Government’s plans for a new A303 and short tunnel under Stonehenge.
22nd June 2017
Campaign for Better Transport responds to a new independent report on the Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR) Franchise
22 June 2017
A new report, Regenerating Britain’s railway stations: a six-point plan, by the Rail Delivery Group (RDG) showing how investment in the country’s railway stations can benefit local economies has been welcomed by Campaign for Better Transport.
21 June 2017
Campaign for Better Transport responds today, 21 June, to the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan’s, new transport strategy announcement aimed at tackling rising car use across London.
19 June 2017
Responding to the publication of the evidence which will inform Transport for the North’s Strategic Transport Plan, Bridget Fox from Campaign for Better Transport, authors of one of the reports, said:
13 June 2017
Responding to the release today of the latest annual bus statistics which show a continued decline in the number of passenger journeys, Lianna Etkind, Public Transport Campaigner at Campaign for Better Transport, said:
8 June 2017
The latest annual Office of Rail and Road (ORR) rail freight statistics, issued today, show consistent expansion in the key consumer and construction rail freight markets with record levels of traffic, demonstrating the potential and demand for rail freight...
1 June 2017
Responding to Labour Party rail plans, Campaign for Better Transport said that its analysis showed there were a number of marginal seats with a substantial number of commuters who could make a real difference to the election result. All parties need to...
26 May 2017
Reacting to the news today that Heathrow airport has lost its court case against Crossrail, Campaign for Better Transport said that this was a victory for common sense and urged the airport to put its money where its mouth is.
22 May 2017
Responding to news that Heathrow Airport wants to charge Crossrail £42 million a year to run trains into the airport when the new Elizabeth line opens, Stephen Joseph, Campaign for Better Transport’s chief exec, said: