This is an exciting time. There is a growing interest in the importance of towns and cities to our prosperity. Transport networks and local bus services are vital to this new urban agenda.
Briefing: A fair deal for bus users – Seizing the opportunities for Britain
July 30 2015
Every day, buses carry millions of people to work, to shops and to education and training. Buses help older people to be part of their communities, as volunteers or carers.
Briefing to Incoming Ministers
July 24 2015
Greener Journeys applauds the UK’s return to economic growth. In particular, we welcome the Government’s commitment to delivering what the Chancellor of the Exchequer has called a “truly national recovery”.
KPMG Report: Buses, devolution and the growth agenda: A guide to investing in local bus infrastructure
February 12 2015
To help guide local decision makers on decisions related to bus infrastructure funding, Greener Journeys commissioned KPMG LLP to develop a new guide to help harness buses’ potential to boost economic growth, create jobs and strengthen communities.
Bus2020: Case for the Bus report
February 12 2015
Every day, buses carry millions of people to work, to the shops and to education and training. Buses help older people to continue to be part of their communities, as volunteers or as carers.
Driving modal shift from car to bus
November 04 2014
Costs and benefits of the Bus Service Operators Grant
October 30 2014
New research for Greener Journeys by KPMG LLP shows bus funding delivers up to £3.50 of economic benefits for every £1 spent.
Concessionary travel costs and benefits September 2014
September 16 2014
Concessionary bus travel for older and disabled people is both popular and successful.
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.