30 years since the Transport Act deregulated bus services, our Buses in Crisis report shows the massive cuts we've seen since, with 25 per cent of funding axed in the past five years alone.
We're calling on the Government to act now to reverse the fall of vital bus transport.
The Department for Transport has provisionally agreed to cut its spending by 30%.
We fear that this huge cut will hit everyday transport like buses while big road building plans remain untouched.
Highways England is supposed to be spending more than £500 million to reduce the environmental impact of main roads but progress is painfully slow.
Use your local knowledge and our new map to help us send them a plan!
Join us in Bristol on Saturday 14 November for the inaugural meeting of Campaign for Better Transport South West. Voice your own concerns and set the direction for future campaigning.
Today we find out exactly how much train fares will increase in January next year. Over the course of the last Parliament regulated train fares, which include season tickets, increased by almost 25% whilst wages stagnated, increasing just 9% in the same time, meaning financial hardship for many... Read more
29 October 2015
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It must have seemed a good plan. Reform vehicle taxes so as to keep revenue coming in, and put that revenue (at least in England) into roads as a new "Road Fund". Motorists and Government... Read more