For millions of people, buses are a lifeline – and by far the most-used form of public transport. But under a privatised system that is dominated by just four large bus companies, every year sees routes cut, fares rise, and passenger numbers fall. There is a better way. Across the country, co-operative, social enterprise and other
After the Dutch operator of Scotland’s railway services revealed how it uses profits from ScotRail to subsidise services in its own country, Co-operative MSPs are calling for a re-think that puts passengers before profit
Policy and research manager for Campaign for National Parks
12th July 2016
As the Lords debate changes in the law that would require bus companies to consult communities before changing routes, Ruth Bradshaw of Campaign for National Parks explains what the changes would mean for some of our most special places.
Following our rail event with Maria Eagle MP last week, Joe Fortune reports on the National Audit Office's report on the Department for Transport stating that the massive cuts lack strategy and may benefit rail companies at the expense of passengers.