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Bus2020: The Case for the Bus Pass

September 09 2014

I am sure we are all delighted that the UK economy is on the mend. It’s great that the recession is behind us.

Buses and the Economy II: Task 6 Report

July 08 2014

The role and value of bus services outside towns and cities – a case study of Shrewsbury

Buses and the Economy II: Task 3 Report

July 08 2014

Buses and the Economy II investigates the link between bus services in the UK and the wider economy.

Buses and the Economy II: Task 2 Report

July 08 2014

Buses and the Economy II investigates the link between bus services in the UK and the wider economy.

Buses and the Economy II: Task 1 Report

July 08 2014

Buses and the Economy II investigates the link between bus services in the UK and the wider economy.

A National Statement on Local Bus Infrastructure Executive Summary

June 13 2014

A new Greener Journeys report presents the case for a ‘national statement on local bus infrastructure’ to promote long term investment in bus related infrastructure and priority measures.

National Concessionary Bus Travel for Apprentices Executive Summary

March 12 2014

A new report from Greener Journeys calls on Government to adopt a concessionary scheme for apprentices to assist with the cost of getting to work by bus.

Tax Incentives for Bus Commuters Executive Summary

January 30 2014

A new Greener Journeys report outlines how the ‘Bus Bonus’ – a proposed tax incentive to encourage people to commute by bus – would benefit hard-working commuters, businesses as well as the economy more widely.

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.