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Buses and the Economy II: A survey of expenditure of visitors to city and town centres

January 07 2014

New Greener Journeys research, conducted by the University of Leeds, profiles spending in town / city centres and retail parks, investigating links between expenditure and accessibility.

Buses and the Economy II: Survey of Bus use amongst the Unemployed

September 10 2013

New Greener Journeys research, conducted by the University of Leeds, examines the use, accessibility, role and perception of buses amongst a sample of unemployed taken from a number of large British cities outside of London.

Developing new behaviour change tools to increase bus use: An evaluation of the Greener Journeys Behaviour Change Lab

June 03 2013

The behaviour change lab confronts a fundamental challenge for Greener Journeys and the bus industry at large: what are the practical on the ground methods of getting people out of their cars and onto buses.

Campaign for Better Transport: A better deal for the bus from the Spending Review

June 03 2013

The upcoming Spending Review is an opportunity to rectify imbalances in the treatment of bus passengers.

Bus for Jobs: Report on the Bus for Jobs scheme

April 03 2013

The Bus for Jobs scheme that ran in January 2013 enabled tens of thousands of unemployed people to travel for free by bus in order to access jobs and training.

Greener Journeys Behaviour Change Lab Brochure

March 06 2013

Greener Journeys has launched its Behaviour Change Lab which comprises four pilot schemes each with its own twist on enticing people out of their cars and onto buses:

A5 summary of stats on bus business case

December 14 2012

Greener Journeys has summarised its killer statistics and arguments into a handy, free, pocket-size A5 leaflet.

What is the environmental value of investment to increase the use of buses?

September 16 2012

A new report, commissioned by Greener Journeys, examines how the bus industry can contribute to meeting the Government’s targets for reducing carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions, particularly in the medium term up to 2020.

Buses and Economic Growth: Summary

July 03 2012

Greener Journeys commissioned an independent report, Buses and Economic Growth, in December 2011 to fill in the missing piece of the jigsaw in existing research on the role of buses in contributing to economic growth, and quantifying the benefits bus services bring.