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Greener Journeys responds to High Court ruling on Government Air Quality Plans

Greener Journeys
Posted on: 27th April 2017

The High Court has ruled that the government must publish its plans to tackle air pollution by 9 May. Claire Haigh, Chief Executive ...

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Improving Air Quality in Towns and Cities

Diesel scrappage scheme is poor value for taxpayers’ money, says new report

Greener Journeys
Posted on: 21st April 2017

Fitting air filters to, or replacing older diesel buses is 15 times more efficient than paying motorists to scrap diesel cars Green bus ...

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Greener Journeys responds to Communities and Local Government Select Committee Report

Greener Journeys responds to Communities and Local Government Select Committee Report

Greener Journeys
Posted on: 31st March 2017

The Communities and Local Government Select Committee has said the Government must look at “all options” to fund social care in a ...

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Greener Journeys responds to Transport Focus report on congestion

Greener Journeys
Posted on: 22nd March 2017

New research from the independent watchdog Transport Focus released today finds that congestion and traffic jams are reducing passenger satisfaction with bus ...

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Greener Journeys responds to Urban Congestion fund

Greener Journeys responds to Urban Congestion fund

Greener Journeys
Posted on: 9th March 2017

Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond MP has confirmed in his budget today £690 million of funding for local authorities to tackle ...

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Bus renaissance under way in towns and cities across the UK

Bus renaissance under way in towns and cities across the UK

Greener Journeys
Posted on: 9th February 2017

Bus use is increasing in key urban areas as services become greener, more convenient and better connected Affluent southern regions including Bristol, Milton ...

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