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Coronavirus emergency:
Latest News:
24 September 2020

 

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Here is the latest update on the transport impacts of the Coronavirus emergency. Please send your news and stories which inform, inspire and help support colleagues across the sector. 

Latest news:
Prime Minister Boris Johnson: "We must take action now because a stitch in time saves nine; and this way we can keep people in work, we can keep our shops and our schools open, and we can keep our country moving forward while we work together to suppress the virus."

Stricter coronavirus rules introduced across UK

The pandemic has destroyed the franchising business model (Image: RDG)

End of the line for rail franchising

Greater Anglia`s Readiness Director Andrew Goodrum showed Rail Minister Chris Heaton-Harris how the train operator is providing COVID-Secure services

Journey Makers volunteers are providing safer stations

London St Pancras International (RDG)

Rail Delivery Group warns Labour conference Britain's 'on edge of car-led recovery'

Zedify’s cargo bikes can carry loads of up to 200kg

Can cargo bikes deliver the goods for post-Covid cities?

A deserted London Victoria: rail use is about a third of normal

Road traffic levels get back to normal but rail stuck in siding

Palmer: troubled times for public transport

Use public transport or lose it, warns Cambridgeshire's mayor

Uncertainty over suspension of capital's free youth travel

Transport for Wales could take over council bus tendering role

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