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New proposals just the ticket for getting young people into transport

Proposals could improve job opportunities for people aged 18 to 20, ease driver shortages and provide more reliable bus and coach services across England.

Great British Railways moves into temporary home as hunt for Derby headquarters goes on

Great British Railways (GBR) will move into temporary premises in Derby next week ahead of finding a permanent home. The GBR Transition Team (GBRTT) has been working with Derby City Council and other local organisations to map out a shared vision for its new national headquarters, which Derby was awarded early last year, beating off five other cities and towns.

£50m ‘Mid Cornwall Metro’ rail upgrade scheme underway

Transport Secretary Mark Harper has met with local leaders in Cornwall to plan progress on the major Mid Cornwall Metro project funded by a £50m Levelling Up allocation just announced by

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  • RHA partners with ABTA to offer new coach benefitsTravel association ABTA and RHA Coaches have launched a new partnership which aims to enhance the benefits received by coach travel companies within each organisation’s membership, and amplify the voice of the coach travel sector.
  • Pulhams invests in new appWebsite and app specialist Passenger and Go-Ahead have launched a new Pulhams Coaches app as part of the Cotswolds operator’s effort to make travelling easier for passengers.
  • Snapper partners with Hayden AI to enhance data analysisData analytics and transport intelligence specialist Snapper Services has partnered with artificial intelligence (AI) and spatial analytics specialist Hayden AI to enhance data analysis for public transport providers and tackle sources of delays
  • Scottish Citylink adds more journeys in new summer timetableScottish Citylink has launched its 2024 summer timetable, introducing more direct services, and a higher service frequency across the country. The timetable, which runs from March to September, adds extra services and additional journeys adding up to around 10,000 extra seats per week.

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