30th September 2018 The turnaround of fortunes for First Bus in Cornwall is quite remarkable. You can’t fail to be impressed by the huge investment in new vehicles, eye catching … Continue Reading Turnaround Cornwall
Friday 28th September 2018 TfL’s much leaked cuts to central London’s bus routes were officially published today as a six week public consultation is launched. As expected the plans involve … Continue Reading Spiralling decline in London
Tuesday 25th September 2018 There aren’t many towns of Ipswich’s size (circa 150,000 population) with two bus stations. Many similar sized towns don’t even stretch to having one bus station … Continue Reading Which Ipswich bus station?
Saturday 22nd September 2018 I’ve been travelling by bus around the Outer Hebrides over the last few days. What an amazing bus adventure it’s been. Scenery to die for. Never … Continue Reading Out in the Outer Hebrides
Thursday 20th September The Westminster Parliament’s Transport Select Committee have been inviting comments for their Inquiry into the health of the bus market. As Monday’s closing date for feedback is … Continue Reading Feeling healthy on the bus?
I’ve received some interesting promotional emails from the new breed of ride sharers recently. Arriva Click sent an enticing personalised message on Thursday proclaiming some ‘great news’ for me. It … Continue Reading A peek into my inbox
Ever wondered what around £100 million will buy in the way of Bus Rapid Transit? I popped over to Belfast today to find out. The idea of creating a metro … Continue Reading Gliding on Glider
Tomorrow is the last day to give feedback for the Rail Delivery Group’s review of rail fares with the aim of making them much easier to understand. They’ve produced a … Continue Reading Seven steps to simpler rail fares. Sorted.
I won’t say I remember it as if it was yesterday, as that really would be an exaggeration but it seems impossible to believe today marks the 50th anniversary of … Continue Reading LT’s reshaping began 50 years ago today
There’s a great bus ride to be had in that part of England where Lancashire meets Cumbria meets North Yorkshire. I recently took a circular trip from Lancaster (Lancashire) taking in … Continue Reading Three Counties Circular
The second of the three new metrobus routes began operating in Bristol yesterday. The m2 links the Long Ashton Park & Ride site (south west of the city) via some … Continue Reading Bristol’s latest metrobus m2 begins
Having been plagued for some weeks by marketing emails from the London black cab App organisation called Gett, I finally relented yesterday and headed up to London to use up … Continue Reading I Didn’t Get Gett