8 November 2007
The Campaign for Better Transport  welcomes today’s announcement that the Government’s Local Transport Bill will create a national bus passenger watchdog .
30 October 2007
Commenting on today's Department for Transport discussion document on transport and climate change , Stephen Joseph, the executive director of Campaign for Better Transport , said:
25 October 2007
Campaign for Better Transport  today called on the Government to drop expensive motorway widening schemes, in response to Transport Secretary Ruth Kelly’s announcement on the success of the M42 hard shoulder running trial, and a feasibility study into...
9 October 2007
The Campaign for Better Transport  welcomed the new aviation taxes announced in the pre-Budget report today but wants to see real investment in transport as well as environmental improvements. Executive Director Stephen Joseph said: "The aviation...
8 October 2007
Competition law should be applied so that bus companies can work together to give passengers good service and the Office of Fair Trading should clarify its advice to bus operators, a top competition lawyer said  in a legal opinion published today by the...
5 October 2007
With the Spending Review and Pre-Budget Report due next week in advance of a possible election, this briefing sets out what this might mean for transport spending and taxation.
1 October 2007
The rural bus will become an endangered species unless action is taken now by central and local governments, Campaign for Better Transport  revealed today with the publication of a report and case studies on rural buses .
27 September 2007
In advance of Monday’s 2p rise in fuel duty , the first above-inflation rise since 2000, Stephen Joseph, executive director at Campaign for Better Transport , said,
24 September 2007
There’s no excuse for the fact that many rail stations are in a poor state and in some cases virtually abandoned , according to Campaign for Better Transport.
10 September 2007
The Government predicts we will have to contend with 5.7 million more cars on our roads by 2031, a growth of 21%. Simply parking these cars would fill a 52-lane motorway all the way from Edinburgh to London. Worryingly, because we are also driving more,...