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Minister and MP visit CPT members

April 21 2023

Scotland Transport Minister Kevin Stewart MSP visited Lothian Buses this week, while Maria Miller MP visited Stagecoach South. 

CPT responds to Consultation on draft revised Air Quality Strategy

April 21 2023

CPT recently responded to the consultation on draft revised Air Quality Strategy. 


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Conference and Dinner 2023 Social Media Highlights

April 20 2023

Thanks to all our members who attended the UK Bus and Coach Conference in Birmingham. Here are some social media highlights from the event.

Paul White gives evidence to Net Zero, Energy and Transport Committee

April 19 2023

CPT Scotland Paul White was in Scottish Parliament this week, giving evidence to the Net Zero, Energy and Transport Committee.

CPT Scotland supports Choose the Bus Campaign

April 14 2023

CPT Scotland, its members and Transport Scotland are excited to launch the Choose the Bus campaign entitled "It Starts with a Stop". 

Join Transaid for the London to Paris Cycle Ride

April 14 2023

Join Transaid in 2023 as they ride from London to Paris!

Coach sector outlines three-point plan to end delays at Port of Dover

April 05 2023

More border staff, increased coach lanes and greater use of new technology provide the key to curing the congestion at the Port of Dover, says the Confederation of Passenger Transport (CPT) - the UK trade association for the coach sector.

CPT statement on Port of Dover's traffic management plans

April 05 2023

“We are pleased the Port of Dover have listened to our calls to bring in more frontier staff, but we still need ferry operators to improve their passenger advance information and for the Port to introduce more coach priority measures."

Coach sector calls for a level playing field at Port of Dover

April 03 2023

The Confederation of Passenger Transport (CPT) is calling for crisis talks between the government, Port of Dover, ferry companies and coach operators to put an end to travel chaos for passengers at the English border.