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After almost a year of strikes, DfT commits to keeping second person on-board Northern trains

The DfT and Transport for the North (TfN) have committed to keep a second person on-board Northern trains in a momentous decision that could bring an end to strike action and settle the long-running dispute between the TOC and the RMT union. TfN yesterday declared it did not support removing the...

Nottingham hosts world's largest double-decker biogas fleet

Delivery of the world’s largest double-decker biogas-fuelled bus fleet has been completed with Nottingham City Transport having now received all 53 84-passenger-capacity vehicles provided by Scania and Alexander Dennis Limited (LDL).

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  • After almost a year of strikes, DfT commits to keeping second person on-board Northern trains The DfT and Transport for the North (TfN) have committed to keep a second person on-board Northern trains in a momentous decision that could bring an end to strike action and settle the long-running dispute between the TOC and the RMT union. TfN yesterday declared it did not support removing the...
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