Further rail price hikes get the year off to a difficult start for many and meanwhile, the government remains entirely oblivious to the impact of its policies.
Alex Hern digs up some astonishing hypocrisy from the Tory AM who tried to claim that no one uses public transport in London.
Alex Hern reports on transport secretary Justine Greening’s approval of HS2 High Speed Rail today.
Val Shawcross argues that Boris is wasting millions of public money on an unnecessary and expensive fleet of prestige buses.
Ken Macintosh argues Scotland needs to get its infrastructure in order to send out a clear message it’s a good country to do business in.
Stephen Joseph of the Campaign for Better Transport writes about the lessons we can learn from the 25-year history of the M25 – and how we can do better in the future.
If short-sighted bus cuts continue we will all find our society is poorer for it, writes Sophie Allain of the Campaign for Better Transport.
Alexandra Woodsworth is a public transport campaigner at the Campaign for Better Transport, and runs the Fair Fares Now campaign Monday night’s Dispatches programme painted a pretty grim picture of the plight of train passengers in the UK. Overcrowded carriages, delayed trains, and a bewildering array of eye-watering fares and ticket restrictions that seem to [...]
There’s scant evidence to suggest longer franchise periodsthat on its own this will result in improved performance or a better deal for rail passengers.