Bus Services Bill – Briefing

Background

The Bus Services Bill was introduced into Parliament last month.  Despite generating considerably more public transport journeys than any other mode, governments rarely pay too much attention to buses.  This is the first significant piece of new legislation on buses since John Prescott’s Transport Act sixteen years ago and is thus deserving of our attention.

 

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About the Author

Mike Bartram is a Consultation Institute Associate who has over 20 years experience of promoting public participation and consultation.

He was the Head of Consultation at Transport for London, where he led teams planning and delivering consultations on major transport infrastructure projects. Prior to joining Transport for London, he was responsible for the National Consumer Council’s work on transport, education and quality of public services.

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