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Rural residents feel ‘let down’ over bus provision, study finds

The Institute for Public Policy Research finds people feel ministers are not doing enough to improve local bus services.

‘Connecting Penrith’ project takes a step forward

On Monday (3 June), Matt Smallwood (Head of Connected Mobility) and Paul Collinge (Project Manager) were pleased to meet with partners in Penrith to advance the ‘Connecting Penrith’ project.

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  • CalMac to get uncontested award of ferry fiasco contractThe ferry operator CalMac's community board has said it is working with ministers after being "clearly informed" that the Scottish Government-owned ferry operator is to get an uncontested award of the lifeline islands contract, despite objections.

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  • Cardiff's long-awaited bus station won't be fully operational for monthsDespite an opening date finally being announced Cardiff's long-awaited bus station won't operate a full set of bus services for months after it opens. Transport for Wales announced on May 30 that the bus station would open to passengers a month later on June 30 but not all the services listed under the bus station's operational plan will use the station from day one.

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  • Hydrogen Energy Set to Boost North West Economy by £3.4bnHydrogen energy is deemed to be one solution to achieving net zero targets by 2050 and a report by the Northwest Hydrogen Alliance (NWHA) expects the region could see an ‘economic boost’ of £3.4bn Gross Value Added (GVA) by 2030. The report looks into understanding the economic impact of hydrogen activity in the North West and further suggests that 11,500 jobs could be created from the hydrogen sector. According to the NWHA, the hydrogen value chain including production, infrastructure and end use with hydrogen production is estimated to have the greatest impact on employme...

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  • Freight: ‘Nobody is writing us a cheque for €13bn’European policymakers and the larger rail freight operators are confident that the Digital Automatic Coupler programme can move from vision to reality by 2028. Nevertheless, significant financial and logistical barriers remain. Toma Bačić reports.

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