No more social distancing on buses in England according to new Coronavirus Guidelines. Ministers have allowed operators to double the number of passengers on each service.
Boris Johnson visited National Express’s depot in Coventry on March 15, the day that the National Bus Strategy was published.
Councillors have voted to enforce Clean Air Zone in Bradford to reduce pollution in the area. Drivers of the worst-polluting vehicles will face Clean Air Zone charges.
Travellers from 33 red list countries having to stay in quarantine hotels in England will be charged £1,750 for their stay.
All international passengers including UK nationals arriving in England, Wales and Scotland will need to have tested negative for COVID-19.
Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) cameras will be installed in Bradford for a Clean Air Zone.
Multi-million pound plan of “Public Transport Interchange” has been submitted to North Somerset Council by Bristol Airport. To read more, please click
Go-Ahead’s chief executive David Brown says encouraging people into pubs but not back onto public transport is ‘absurd’.
Government set out a new plan to boost pavements safety and make journeys more accessible for disabled people and parents.
The “Honk for Hope” procession was set up by coach operators to call for more support from the Scottish government in light of coronavirus lockdown measures.