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CPT warns Lords committee 27,000 jobs in the coach sector are at risk

September 30 2020

Graham Vidler, CPT's Chief Executive, appeared before the Economic Affairs Committee yesterday alongside Andy Bagnall of Rail Delivery Group, Rt Hon Norman Baker of Campaign for Better Transport, and Robert Griggs of Airlines UK, to discuss the impact Covid-19 has had on employment in the transport sector.

CPT Consultation Response: Proposals For Strand and Aldwych

September 08 2020

CPT's response to Proposals For Strand and Aldwych

£14bn and 10,000s of jobs at risk if coach travel sector collapses warns CPT

September 02 2020

The collapse of the coach travel sector this winter could wipe almost 10% off the value of UK tourism, the Confederation of Passenger Transport (CPT) has warned.

CPT Consultation Response: Comprehensive Spending Review 2020: Bus

September 01 2020

CPT's response to Comprehensive Spending Review 2020: Bus

CPT Consultation Response: Comprehensive Spending Review 2020: Coach

September 01 2020

CPT's response to Comprehensive Spending Review 2020: Coach

CPT Consultation Response: Transport Select Committee - Reforming Public Transport After The Pandemic: Bus

September 01 2020

CPT's response to Transport Select Committee - Reforming Public Transport After The Pandemic: Bus

CPT Consultation Response: Transport Select Committee - Reforming Public Transport After The Pandemic: Coach

September 01 2020

CPT's response to Transport Select Committee - Reforming Public Transport After The Pandemic: Coach

CPT & Rail Delivery Group: Letter to the editor

August 20 2020

To the editor

The decision by Carlyle to tell its employees to avoid public transport (Financial Times: Carlyle staff told to avoid public transport on London office return, 18 August) is not based on facts and fails to reflect the realities of travelling on public transport.

CPT reacts: government extends coronavirus support for buses

August 08 2020

Reacting to the announcement that bus funding has been extended, CPT’s Chief Executive Graham Vidler said:

“Buses are essential in getting millions of people to work, education, retail and leisure venues and to see family and friends. Operators have put in place extensive safer travel arrangements and it’s great to see passengers responding by returning in increasing numbers. It remains important for passengers to follow guidance on safer travel, particularly the requirement to wear face coverings.