Robert is Managing Editor and Publisher of Passenger Transport. He has worked as a journalist, editor and publisher in the passenger transport sector for 18 years. He has played a key role in many conferences and events. He is also a member of the UK Bus Awards Management Committee.
Andrew is Deputy Editor of Passenger Transport. After graduating from Aston University with a BSc in Transport Management, Andrew joined transport group Go Ahead’s graduate training scheme. He left the group in 2005 to join Transit and later became the magazine’s Deputy Editor. He is also a member of the UK Bus Awards Management Committee.
James is Associate Editor of Passenger Transport. He has worked in transport journalism for the past 15 years, holding senior editorial positions on several titles. In addition to his role on Passenger Transport, James assists in the management of the Eurostar Ashden Award for Sustainable Travel.
David is Passenger Transport‘s Sales Manager. He has over 20 years experience in transport media with comprehensive knowledge of business to business publishing, both in print and online. Has lead teams on market leading weekly and monthly titles, puts customer service at the top of his priority list and strongly believes magazines that become part...
Chris Cheek is Passenger Transport’s Business Analyst. He has worked in the passenger transport industry for 38 years. Chris is a director of The TAS Partnership, the specialist public transport consultancy. He is also a director of Transport Events Group, organisers of the UK Bus Awards.
As chairman of First Class Partnerships, John specialises in the development of business strategy and managing change. He is currently serving on the advisory board established by Sir Roy McNulty’s value for money study of the UK rail industry.