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Network One expands to include travel in County Durham and Northumberland

Network One, the travel ticket covering any bus, the Metro and ferry, has been extended to include travel in County Durham and Northumberland making it easier for people to travel around the...
22 June 2021
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Flexible rail season tickets on sale as part of major reform

New national flexible rail tickets, matching modern working habits and saving passengers hundreds of pounds, will be available to commuters across England from next week.
21 June 2021
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National Express brings CitySwift onboard for COVID-safe bus journeys

National Express has announced a deal with CitySwift, a leader in big data and machine learning for the public transport sector.
17 June 2021
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Highways England announces £218m investment to improve roads across East of England

Millions of road-users in the East of England are set to enjoy safer, quicker and easier journeys.
16 June 2021
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New plan to drive rapid recovery of tourism sector

A new rail pass and vouchers for popular tourist attractions are at the heart of a plan to return domestic tourism to pre-pandemic levels by 2022.
16 June 2021
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Cardiff Airport saw biggest drop in passengers in UK

Cardiff's airport was hardest hit by the Covid pandemic in the UK last year, seeing an 87% decline in passengers, figures show.
16 June 2021
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Birmingham's Clean Air Zone charging begins

Charges have come into force for drivers entering Birmingham's Clean Air Zone (CAZ).
16 June 2021
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Jaguar Land Rover to develop hydrogen-powered defender fuel cell prototype

Jaguar Land Rover is developing a prototype hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicle based on the new Land Rover Defender, with testing scheduled to begin this year.
16 June 2021
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BA puts thousands of staff back on furlough

British Airways has put thousands of its staff back on furlough because of delays to the restart of international travel.

16 June 2021
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Further £35.4 million to maintain bus services

The Scottish Government has approved additional expenditure of up to £35.4 million to enable bus operators to maintain services during the Covid-19 pandemic.
16 June 2021
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