Many more people are expected to return to workplaces part time as a result of the pandemic. But will they get a fair deal on rail tickets?
If you commute part time - or you're likely to start - please tell us your thoughts about rail ticketing.
The effect of Covid-19 on transport has been seismic. But as recovery begins, the need for sustainable travel has only strengthened. Our report outlines how it can be achieved.
We learned today that from March next year, rail fares will rise by 2.6 per cent. This is a real blow to passengers planning to return to workplaces in the spring who will be hit by the inflation plus one per cent increase.
23 January 2021
Welcoming the announcement of Government funding towards East West Rail and reopening the Northumberland Line, as well as the next round of the Restoring... Read more
28 October 2020
Responding to the Annual bus statistics for England 2019/20, published today (28 October) by the... Read more
2 October 2020
Responding to the National Audit Office's report on 'Improving local bus services in England outside London', Alice Ridley, Head of Media and Communications... Read more
27 August 2020: a joint press release from Bus Users, Campaign for Better Transport, Community Rail Network, Community Transport Association, Collaborative Mobility UK (CoMoUK),... Read more
Later this autumn the Government will publish its spending review, setting out spending plans for the various Government departments for the coming months and years. The plans that it makes for... Read more
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Campaign for Better Transport23 JanRail is vital to a green, fair recovery and projects like this will be key. So that as many communities as possible… https://t.co/eA3OVFTiJ6