Move faster on delivering zero-emission buses, cross-party MPs urge UK PM Boris Johnson

Move faster on delivering your pledged 4,000 zero-emission buses, is the message today (Sep 13) to UK Prime Minister (PM) Boris Johnson from a frustrated group of cross-party MPs who have hand delivered a letter to 10 Downing Street.

It was seen as the biggest shake-up of Britain’s bus network for decades when the PM announced in March a major new bus strategy including plans for 4,000 British-built electric or hydrogen buses, backed by a £3bn ($4.15m) investment.

Read more: UK pledges to deliver 4,000 electric or hydrogen buses in £3bn ‘bus revolution’

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