New guidance published today (12 May 2020) provides advice on how passengers should make journeys safely, following the publication of the government’s roadmap and strategy for the next phase of the pandemic. It urges people to consider cycling, walking or driving to help ensure there is enough capacity for those who need to travel on public transport to do so safely.
Far more people will be cycling and walking thanks to plans to boost greener, active transport, launched today (9 May 2020) by Transport Secretary Grant Shapps .
Released by the Department for Transport on 26 March, this 80-page paper provides an overview of the transport decarbonisation plan that will be published later in the year. The plan will be developed with a wide range of stakeholders over the next six months.
Major package of measures announced to boost bus services including 'Superbus' networks, Britain's first all-electric bus town and better passenger information.