These are tough times for our buses services. Brave decisions must be taken in order to give buses the support they need and deserve.
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As expected, the spending review is a very mixed bag for sustainable transport. While some funding for buses has been saved, and already-announced investment in the railways safeguarded, the government made a big play of new roads, setting itself on a collision course with environmental campaigners.
The New Bus for London is an expensive vanity project which the next Mayor will abandon as an outdated and polluting waste of money.
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.