It’s back! Catch the Bus Month relaunches for September 2022
Bus Users wants ‘Catch the Bus Month’ to celebrate the bus as a sustainable, inclusive and accessible form of transport that reduces congestion, improves air quality and provides access to life’s opportunities.
Arriva Group Announces New Zero Emission Institute
The pan-European passenger transport company, Arriva Group, has announced a new Zero Emission Institute which will be led by a team of experts in fleet planning, to accelerate its journey to net-zero in partnership with cities and regions.
Ramblers Cymru Spring in into action to give nature a boost
Throughout April and May, volunteers across Wales will join Ramblers Cymru regional officers, The Wildlife Trusts Wales, Coed Cadw, the Woodland Trust in Wales, and local authorities to run various activities such as wildlife activity days, seed planting, vegetation clearance, and much more.
New report from Stagecoach sets out pathway to attracting over one million new passengers to the UK’s bus networks through the switch to Zero Emission Buses
The research shows that 22% of people interviewed in Wales would use the bus more if Zero Emission Buses replaced local diesel buses, with 73% of people wanting to see their local bus company move to using only ZEBs.
Welsh Government Introduces Free Bus Travel Scheme for Refugees - ‘Welcome Ticket’
The scheme is available for all refugees travelling to Wales searching for a safe haven in line with Welsh Government’s Nation of Sanctuary vision on production of valid proof of eligibility as listed under the terms and conditions of the scheme.
Transport for Wales signs deal to bring in Traveline Cymru
Building on the success of the popular Traveline Cymru service, the company that owns it, PTI Cymru has joined the Transport for Wales (TfW) organisation in a deal agreed by the Welsh Government to create an integrated public transport information centre fit for the future.
One network, one timetable, one ticket, Welsh Government sets out plans to change the way we travel
The Welsh Government will now work closely with local government, the bus industry and passengers on a proposed franchising model that aims to eventually deliver one network, one timetable and one ticket.