Rail fares could go up by 1.6 per cent in January. We explain why, if it presses ahead with this increase, the Government will miss the chance to encourage people back to the railways and restore passenger faith in public transport.
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.
26 November 2020
Welcoming the announcement by the Government of the latest round of rail reopening schemes to receive funding from the Restoring Your Railway Fund, Paul... 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
Campaign for Better Transport29 NovGood news came last week: the Govt's 10-point green plan contained many things we have been calling for including e… https://t.co/hFAflcFC5F
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Campaign for Better Transport28 NovThis week we welcomed the announcement of a Levelling Up Fund in the #SpendingReview, but were disappointed that th… https://t.co/c7X9BgBRbw