Commenting on the outcome of the EU Referendum, Dr Jon Lamonte, Chair of Urban Transport Group, said:
- Transport for London joins up with six largest city regions -
- Wider role for expanded network -
- Minister welcomes united voice for urban transport -
- Report identifies four key trends to watch for urban transport –
pteg has welcomed today’s Select Committee report, and in particular the report’s backing for a major trial of ‘Total Transport’ which would pool currently separate funding flows and vehicle fleets across public transport, healthcare, education and social services.
Step in the right direction on linking land use and transport planning
David Brown, who leads on bus issues for pteg, said:
Transport authorities unite to defend use of bus regulation powers
Bristol is now part of the pteg network after the West of England Authorities joined the group together as an Associate Member.
Geoff Inskip, chief executive of Centro, has been appointed as the new Chair of pteg, taking over the role from Neil Scales.
Leicester City Council has joined pteg as an associate member.
Leicester will join pteg’s existing associate members – Nottingham City Council, Strathclyde Partnership for Transport and Transport for London.