Proposals published in the report Y Ffordd Gymreig (The Welsh Way), from data analytics specialists Tracsis and CPT Cymru, details how adopting the “Minimum Subsidy” model of bus franchising will empower bus operators to invest and improve connectivity for millions of passengers.Click here to read more
While #NationalCoachWeek is in its second year, CPT is proud to have served the UK coach sector since 1974.
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Scotland’s bus and coach services can easily connect you with friends, family, and great times, whether you’re meeting friends for an evening out, heading to your local swimming pool or having a family day out. Even better, they’re a great and hassle-free way to travel. Find out how you can save money, reduce stress, and cut your carbon emissions. Wherever you’re going, your next journey should start with a stop.Click here to read more
CPT established the Zero Emission Coach Taskforce at our Zero Emission Coach Conference in December 2021. The taskforce brings together key industry experts including coach operators and manufacturers, infrastructure and finance providers and government observers to identify the challenges to decarbonising our coach fleet, supported by industry evidence. Two reports have now been published.Click here to read more
The Confederation of Passenger Transport, the trade body for the bus and coach industry, has commissioned WPI Economics to analyse the role that switching car journeys to bus and coach journeys (”modal shift") may have in achieving the country’s Net Zero emissions goal.Click here to read more
The most thanked profession in the UK is being a bus and coach driver! Find out more about CPT's bus and coach driver recruitment campaign.Click here to read more
Cheers Drive - CPT's bus and coach driver recruitment campaign for Wales and the South West of EnglandClick here to read more
The Confederation of Passenger Transport, the trade body for the bus and coach industry, has commissioned WPI Economics to analyse the role that switching car journeys to bus and coach journeys (“modal shift”) may have in achieving the country’s net zero emissions goal. This report summarises the result of the first stage of the project, demonstrating why modal shift is necessary to ensure a just transition to net zero and desirable for its multidimensional benefits, while the next report will assess different policy interventions to demonstrate that modal shift is possible.Click here to read more
Bus and coach drivers are key workers and make a real difference to the UK. They help people to get out and about – to get to work or education, to go shopping, access other essential services or to enjoy some leisure time and meet other people. Click here for more.
The Bus Decarbonisation Taskforce is a group of senior stakeholders from across the Scottish bus industry, finance, energy and Government. It will create a pathway to decarbonisation for Scotland’s public service bus fleet. CPT represents our members’ interests within the group, advocating a just transition to zero emission.
We are delighted to launch the Coach Strategy, the industry’s first official strategy outlining vital role of coach in UK society and how, with Government support, the industry can thrive and play its full part in the economic and green recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Moving Forward Together strategy sets out how we can get 1 billion more journeys by bus by 2030.
The strategy includes new commitments from the industry, including a pledge to work with government to make every new bus an ultra-low or zero emission bus from 2025.