29 October 2008
On the eve of the opening of the Westfield shopping centre in Hammersmith and Fulham, Campaign for Better Transport  is surprised that the Council is appealing to Transport for London for help in reducing the congestion the shopping centre is expected...
22 October 2008
On Monday 27 October, MPs are to debate an amendment to the Local Transport Bill which would require local authorities to ensure their transport policies reduce carbon emissions.
15 October 2008
In response to news that the speed limit on the hard-shoulder running section of the M42 near Birmingham is to be increased to 60mph tomorrow (16 October), Campaign for Better Transport’s roads and climate campaigner Richard George said:
14 October 2008
Last night, Labour MP Clive Betts (Sheffield Attercliffe) tabled an amendment to the Local Transport Bill which would give local authorities a new duty to produce transport policies that reduce carbon emissions.
10 October 2008
Campaign for Better Transport  today joined with six unions and nine organisations  to condemn plans for airport expansion. The groups say that if the Government pushes ahead with expanding our airports, the UK will never be able to meet the new...
6 October 2008
Campaign for Better Transport is today asking the new transport secretary to reverse the previous secretary’s decision on who should deal with bus passenger complaints.
3 October 2008
The Campaign for Better Transport today condemned the Government’s decision to approve the £85.4 million Weymouth relief road . Granting the approval was Ruth Kelly’s last act in office before she resigned as transport secretary.
29 September 2008
Campaign for Better Transport today welcomed the announcement by the Conservative Party that it would scrap expansion plans for Heathrow and invest in a new high-speed rail line.
24 September 2008
At today's Labour Party conference, Ruth Kelly confirmed her intention to stand down as transport secretary. Responding to her speech, which summed up current Government transport policy, Stephen Joseph, executive director of Campaign for Better...
11 September 2008
Michael Palin's travelling companions haven't always been of the highest calibre – take for example, the herd of goats he had to journey with on a Mauritanian iron-ore train.