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CPT statement – Coach support & lockdown

January 05 2021

Following the announcement of a nationwide lockdown, CPT’s Head of Policy Alison Edwards has reacted.

CPT Consultation Response: Proposals For Horseferry Road Parking

January 04 2021

CPT's response to Proposals For Horseferry Road Parking

Claire Haigh steps down as CEO of Greener Journeys

January 04 2021

After more than a decade at the helm, Claire Haigh is stepping down as CEO of Greener Journeys to pursue a wider role in the decarbonisation of transport.

CPT Impact Statement 2020

January 04 2021

Take a look at our impact statement which summarises the work we’ve undertaken on your behalf in 2020.

Waybills

January 04 2021

All International PSV operations require a prior authorisation. It is a common theme throughout all authorisations that a Control Document (Journey Form) is carried on the vehicle, confirming its status and accurately detailing the journey being undertaken.

Over 230 coach operators sign letter urging minister to Back Britain’s Coaches

December 18 2020

Following last week’s debate in Westminster over 230 coach operators have signed a letter to Transport Minister Rachel Maclean urging her to support the coach sector with a series of tailored measures.

Senior Traffic Commissioner to provide keynote address on day two of UK Bus and Coach Conference

December 14 2020

The Confederation of Passenger Transport (CPT) can now confirm that the Senior Traffic Commissioner, Richard Turfitt, will provide a keynote address on day two of the UK Bus and Coach Conference, Wednesday 13 January.

CPT reacts to Christmas funding for scheduled coach services

December 14 2020

Reacting to the news that £3m will be provided to deliver 80,000 more seats across the scheduled coach network during the Christmas travel window this year CPT's Head of Policy Alison Edwards said:

CPT reaction to support for Scottish coach operators

December 09 2020

CPT's Chief Executive Graham Vidler reacts to the news that the Scottish Government will provide £6 million of support to Scottish coach operators.