Our fourth clean air themed blog is by Natalie Littlehales, senior campaigns manager for National Express West Midlands and Coventry. Natalie writes about National Express’ commitments to improving air quality, and how now is the chance to make things better.
Marc Reddy, Managing Director of First Hampshire, Dorset and Berkshire, writes our fifth clean air themed blog about the importance of partnership working to improve air quality, and that we must remember bus is part of the solution.
Ahead of Clean Air Day on Thursday 8 October, we will be bringing you a series of guest blog posts highlighting the role buses & coaches can play to help clean up the air we breathe. First up is CPT’s Head of Policy Alison Edwards, who writes about the improvement seen in air quality during lockdown, and the measures we need in place to keep buses and coaches out of traffic.
The second in our series of clean air themed blogs is written by Nigel Taylor, Managing Director of Redwing Coaches. Nigel writes about Redwing Coaches’ investment in Euro 6 vehicles, and the opportunity Clean Air Day presents to educate people about how clean and green these coaches are.
Katie McGrath, Head of Engineering Excellence at National Express, has written an introduction to engineering, including her role in future-proofing the engineering department, trying new technologies to improve the customer experience, and why more girls should consider a career in engineering.