A new strategy to improve bus services in the UK and tackle climate change through ultra-low or zero emission transport has been launched by the Confederation of Passenger Transport (CPT).
Titled Moving Forward Together, the strategy essentially sees bus operators across England are setting out a bold plan to work with government to improve services, help tackle climate change and get a billion more passenger journeys by bus by 2030.
It includes new commitments from the industry, including a pledge to work with government to make every new bus an ultra-low or zero emission bus from 2025.
Additional commitments in the strategy include reducing travel costs for job seekers and apprentices by 2021, introducing price-capped daily and weekly tickets across multiple operators by 2022 in urban areas and working with government to develop innovative sustainable solutions to rural transport.
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