The Confederation of Passenger Transport’s plan contains a range of new commitments from the industry and desired actions from government



Bus operators have unveiled a bold new strategy to improve services in England, help tackle climate change and get a billion more passenger journeys by bus by 2030. It contains a range of new commitments as well as desired actions from government.

“We can do even more to tackle climate change and improve air quality by getting people out of their cars and onto the bus,” said CPT boss Graham Vidler. “If everyone switched just one car journey a month to bus, there would be a billion fewer car journeys and a saving of two million tonnes of CO2 a year.”

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