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The Impact of Congestion on Bus Passengers

Over the last 50 years, bus journey times have increased by almost 50% in the more congested urban areas. Already in London some buses on some routes run at close to walking speed. In this report, Professor David Begg highlights the crisis which has developed in bus service reliability across the UK.

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The Journey of the Green Bus

A revolution in the introduction of greener, cleaner buses in the UK is helping deliver on climate and air quality objectives. The Journey of the Green Bus explains how the last 20 years have transformed the emissions, efficiency and experience of buses.

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A Roadmap to Growth

This is an exciting time. There is a growing interest in the importance of towns and cities to our prosperity. Transport networks and local bus services are vital to this new urban agenda. Local decision makers have an important new opportunity – and some new challenges.

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KPMG: An economic evaluation of local bus infrastructure schemes

There is growing interest in the importance of towns and cities to our economic and social welfare; what makes them successful and how we can shape their development. Building on earlier Greener Journeys’ work: ‘Buses, Devolution and the Growth Agenda’, this project considers how we can improve decision-making in investing in local bus infrastructure.

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Briefing: A fair deal for bus users

Reductions in bus funding would result in fare rises and a decline in service levels according to Greener Journeys, the Campaign for Better Transport and pteg in A Fair Deal for Bus users – a briefing submitted to the Treasury ahead of the spending review in November.

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Greener Journeys

Greener Journeys: helping to make the switch to bus and coach

Greener Journeys is a campaign dedicated to encouraging people to make more sustainable travel choices. We aim to reduce CO2 emissions from transport by encouraging people to switch some of their car journeys to bus or coach instead. Switching from car to bus for just one journey a month would mean one billion fewer car journeys on our roads and would save two million tonnes of CO2 every year.

Buses enable us to live better lives

Economic

Delivering a lasting prosperity, throughout Britain

Environmental

Protecting the environment

Social

Enabling everyone to take part in the life of Britain

In total there are 3.5 million bus commuters in Great Britain who generate £64 billion of economic output

Source: Buses and Economic Growth

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Latest News

Public urged to leave cars at home for Catch the Bus Week

Greener Journeys
Posted on: 4th July 2016

Catch the Bus Week 2016 runs from 4th-10th July, with operators, local authorities and transport groups encouraging the public to give the ...

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Latest Blog

Reduce car use to meet emissions challenge

Claire Haigh
Posted on: 19th July 2016

The recent progress report from the Committee on Climate Change (CCC) makes for interesting reading. The good news is that that greenhouse ...

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Catch the Bus Week

Catch the Bus Week (4th July – 10th July 2016) is a national celebration of the benefits of taking the bus. We want the people who don’t normally take the bus to give it a try. So come on, get involved!

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News

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Greener Journeys responds to Second Reading of the Bus Services Bill

Posted on: 9th June 2016

Claire Haigh, Chief Executive of Greener Journeys, commented: “The introduction of the Bus Services Bill represents a significant shift in government priority, ...

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Average traffic speeds fall to below 10mph in UK’s busiest cities as road congestion rises

Posted on: 2nd June 2016

Online shopping deliveries and rise of Uber contribute to growing congestion crisis Bus journey times increasing at a rate of 10% per decade, ...

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Blogs

Claire Haigh and Bus Minister

Catch the Bus Week 2016

Posted on: 12th July 2016

Well, what a week that was! We are still recovering from our biggest and best Catch the Bus Week yet. Our fourth ...

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Catch the Bus Week Launch

Posted on: 4th July 2016

It’s finally here. Today we’re launching Catch the Bus Week (#CTBW), our annual celebration of the benefits of the bus. Catch the ...

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Events

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UK Bus Summit 2016

Date of event: Friday 12 February 2016

The second annual UK Bus Summit was held in London at the QEII Conference Centre, Westminster on 11thFebruary 2016 and once again ...

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Buses: Driving Britain’s Economy

Date of event: Friday 16 October 2015

Britain has an opportunity to harness the potential of the bus to help our economy and society prosper, while at the same ...

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Catch the Bus Week

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