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Poverty campaigners say public transport must become more affordable in Scotland as it calls for free bus travel to all under 25s and those on benefits

A report has called on the Scottish Government to make transport more affordable in Scotland as campaigners say ‘too many families are locked into hardship’ because of our transport system.

Train operator LNER’s ‘impactful’ black sand sculptures spark row with Loganair and Easyjet over environmental impact of flying

LNER has unveiled a series of black sand sculptures to highlight that aeroplanes and cars have higher emissions than trains in the starkest yet campaign against its competitors.

Northern Powerhouse Rail bosses slash £9bn off project’s cost

The final estimated cost of Northern Powerhouse Rail (NPR) could be slashed by as much as £9bn, following a “rigorous cost challenges” exercise carried out by Transport for the North (TfN).

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  • Lockdown refunds: why are Ryanair and BA being investigated?Airlines may have broken law by refusing refunds for flights customers could not legally takeBA and Ryanair investigated by CMA over lockdown refundsBritish Airways and Ryanair are being officially investigated over whether they treated customers unfairly during the pandemic by failing to offer them flight refunds.The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) said it was looking to see if the two airlines had broken consumer law, and indicated it was on the side of consumers on this issue. It has opened enforcement cases into both companies. Continue reading...

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