Ove Arup and Partners Ltd (Arup) has been commissioned by Greener Journeys to study and report on where investment in bus infrastructure could help to tackle congestion and unlock wider social, economic and environmental benefits.Read Publication View All
This blog from Professor David Begg discusses why the latest Euro VI Diesel bus is a crucial part of the solution to our air quality challenge. If diesel buses are banned from Clean Air Zones bus passengers will experience a reduction in service levels of at least 80%. A reduction of service of this magnitude will not only be disastrous for bus passengers, city economies, road congestion and social inclusion.Read Blog View All
This report from Professor David Begg and Claire Haigh examines the Government’s plans to tackle poor air quality. The key conclusion is that while it is essential to clean up diesel vehicles, it is also crucial that congestion and the continual decline in urban traffic speeds across the UK is tackled.Read Publication View All
Buses-on-demand, virtual bus lanes and dedicated busways boost bus services across UK New report for Greener Journeys by Arup, together with bus operators, ...Read more
• Bus operators come together to launch initiatives to address loneliness • One in three people ...Read more
Posted on: 29th October 2018
The Chancellor has today announced additional funding for sustainable transport including buses, trams and cycling routes through the Government’s Transforming Cities Fund. Greener ...Read more
Posted on: 15th October 2018
Investment in transport connections such as buses is key to tackling social isolation – a fact that has been recognised by the ...Read more
Posted on: 2nd November 2018
To the extent that there is any media coverage of buses, it tends to be bad news. The stories are about cuts ...Read more
Date of event: Tuesday 25 September 2018
Greener Journeys will be hosting three fringe events at party conferences this year, entitled, Tackling pollution and congestion in our towns and ...Read more
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