Roland Eglinton, Managing Director at Chalkwell Coaches, recaps for CPT the impact of the pandemic on Chalkwell Coaches and adapting to tackle new challenges. Roland is also CPT London and South East Regional representative for Coach Commission.
Following on from yesterday’s blog from the Chair of Coach Commission, our new Vice-Chair Kathryn Pulham writes about staying united as an industry, promoting the unique contributions of coach to the UK, and offers some advice to CPT members.
Derek Taylor, Director of Britannia Bus, writes a guest blog post for CPT about the impact of Covid-19 on Britannia Bus services and operations, working collaboratively with passengers, and challenges facing the bus industry going forwards.
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.