Blogs - Save our Buses
01 December 2021
All local transport authorities have now submitted their Bus Service Improvement Plans (BSIPs) to the Department for Transport (DfT). The plans are the first step in delivering fully integrated, quality bus services for all, as outlined in the national bus strategy, Bus Back Better.
16 September 2021
The vast majority of people now recognise the urgency of tackling climate change and air pollution, and the Government has committed to ensuring transport plays its part in reducing both greenhouse gas emissions and other pollutants harmful to our health and the planet's.
30 July 2021
A guest blog by Sarah Welfare, Head of Policy and Research at Reed in Partnership.
"While many people have been able to do their jobs from home during the pandemic, the opportunity to do so has not been one equally shared between higher and lower earners. As the Office for National...
17 March 2021
After years of campaigning, we finally saw the fruits of our labours on Monday when the Government published the long-awaited National Bus Strategy for England.
12 March 2021
The man on the Clapham omnibus - that decades old exemplifier of public opinion - is sadly rather hard to find these days. The buses still run to Clapham, and generally run to time, but all too often these are ghost buses, trundling up and down looking for passengers.
12 February 2021
Like many rural dwellers, I have mixed feelings towards my local public transport. The buses through my Suffolk village are not exactly convenient – they're almost as rare as hens' teeth – but I've missed travelling on them this past year, not least for the community spirit on board. The trains...