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CPT Policy Manager Alison Edwards takes a look at what the announcement of a national bus strategy means in practice

September 30 2019

Today feels rather momentous. At long last the Government has acknowledged the importance of the bus with the announcement that it will develop a National Bus Strategy – something we asked for in Moving Forward Together earlier this month, and something we’ve consistently talked about in meetings with Government officials, Ministers and, more recently, at No. 10 Downing Street.

CPT responds to national bus strategy announcement

September 30 2019

Responding to the announcement of the plans to create a national bus strategy, Confederation of Passenger Transport UK Chief Executive Graham Vidler said:

Industry leaders head to Downing Street

September 16 2019

Today the Chief Executive of the Confederation of Passenger Transport Graham Vidler and Policy Manager Alison Edwards went to Downing Street to discuss the industry’s new strategy Moving Forward Together.

Action on climate change at heart of bus industry’s vision for the future

September 09 2019

Bus operators across England are setting out a bold strategy to work with government to improve services, help tackle climate change and get a billion more passenger journeys by bus by 2030.

CPT Consultation Response: Sheffield Clean Air Zone (CAZ)

August 01 2019

CPT's response to Sheffield Clean Air Zone (CAZ)

CPT Consultation Response: North Yorkshire Congestion (Harrogate)

July 01 2019

CPT's response to North Yorkshire Congestion (Harrogate)

CPT Consultation Response: York Local Plan

July 01 2019

CPT's response to York Local Plan

Why we need to get the bus and talk more

June 28 2019

Britons urged to “get the bus and talk more”, as new research reveals that more than one in 10 people feel lonely every day.

Integrating the Planning and Delivery of Sustainable Transport with New Housing Development

February 18 2019

The opportunity to maximise the economic and social benefits of public and private investment in new housing are being missed due to a disconnect between sustainable transport and the location of new developments.