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Blogs - Save our Buses

  • 29 October 2009

    29 October 2009: We've told the Government that Londoners shouldn't be the only ones to benefit from Oyster cards. People across the country need an easy to use travelcard that gives them a good deal on all public transport.

  • 16 October 2009

    16 October 2009: The Office of Fair Trading is planning to refer the bus market to the Competition Commission. We've told them this is a bad idea because it will make it harder for local authorities and bus companies to work together to improve things for passengers.

  • 16 October 2009

    16 October 2009: We've responded to an inquiry on light rail with suggestions for how we can get more trams in UK cities.

  • 15 October 2009

    15 October 2009: The Mayor of London's plans to increase bus and tube fares and cut services show where his priorities really lie.

  • 08 October 2009

    8 October 2009: Passenger Focus is going to be the new watchdog for bus passengers, but it won't be able to stand up for them unless the Government rethinks its plans.

  • 07 October 2009

    7 October 2009: We want to make sure that local authorities can regulate buses where this is needed to improve things for passengers. So we've responded to a Government consultation to make sure its guidance on quality contracts makes it realistic for these new powers to be used.