News: March 2012
Research reveals that Londoners are aware transport networks will be busier than usual during Games time but seven in eight people are yet to make plans.
"By recreating this ad with real-li... Read on »
The mayor of the Estonian capital, Tallinn, has said that the city will offer free public transport across its bus and tram network from 2013.
Officials say that three-quarters of those who voted ... Read on »
Specially designed Oyster cards mark The Queen's Diamond Jubilee and the 2012 London Summer
"We are delighted to be able to offer Londoners and visitors the chance to have a special memento... Read on »
£5m for additional 70 hybrid buses.
"London continues to lead the way on hybrid buses, with our efforts contributing to the concerted effort to cut the Capital's carbon dioxide emissi... Read on »
An extra £15 million for smart ticketing and bus payments devolved to local authorities
Commuters and bus passengers across England will see better buses, more innovative services, and gre... Read on »
Commuters and bus passengers across England will see more eco-friendly buses on the roads, congestion reduced and services upgraded, thanks to a new £101 million package of improvements appro... Read on »
Almost there… and the excitement is mounting. The world’s biggest sporting event will impact on virtually every aspect of British life. But where does this leave employers?
With so ... Read on »
Cyclists and walkers across the UK are on track to benefit from thousands of new cycle spaces and routes from the middle of this year, Transport Minister Norman Baker has announced.
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A £1.2 million THINK! campaign urging drivers to see the person behind the motorcycle helmet was launched today by Road Safety Minister Mike Penning.
The TV adverts will show bikers wi... Read on »