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Modern and efficient rail networks are key to ensuring that city regions can grow in a green and smart way. But to realise the potential of urban rail, remote control by Whitehall needs to be replaced with local control by the city regions themselves. Only then can rail play its part in the fully integrated, responsive public transport networks that the city regions need.
pteg welcomes Public Accounts Committee report
pteg today welcomed the Public Accounts Committee report into the future of Britain’s bus services.
Director General of South Yorkshire PTE, Roy Wicks, has taken over as Chair of pteg This follows the retirement of the former Chair of pteg, and Director General of Centro, Rob Donald.
Roy Wicks said:
Transport Minister Derek Twigg today welcomed a new pteg report - ‘Backing the Bus’.
The report shows how around a half a billion pounds a year of PTE spending is making bus travel better for millions of passengers in some of Britain’s largest city regions.
Launching a new brochure on ‘what modern trams can do for cities’, Britain’s largest bloc of tram promoters – TfL and pteg – today, reaffirmed their commitment to developing and promoting tram schemes.
Chair of pteg, and Director General of Centro, Rob Donald, said:
Roy Wicks, Director General of South Yorkshire PTE, and lead spokesperson on rail issues for pteg, today said:
Responding to Alistair Darling’s speech at a national rail conference on 15th March 2006, pteg Support Unit, Director, Tim Larner, said:
PTEs and TfL finding new ways to get passengers involved
pteg today launched a new good practice guide on involving the public in decision making on public transport.
Chair of pteg and Director General of Centro, Rob Donald, said:
On 23rd Feb pteg sponsored a major Waterfront conference in Leeds on transport and social exclusion. It is three years since the Social Exclusion Unit's 'Making the Connections: Transport and Social Exclusion' report was published.
pteg – which represents Britain’s seven Passenger Transport Executives - today released more details of its plans for the franchising of bus services in PTE areas.
Responding to the recent decision by the Government to refuse funding for new tram schemes in Leeds, Merseyside and South Hampshire, Cllr Mark Dowd, Chair of the PTA special interest group (which brings together leading councillors from all seven of the UK’s PTAs), said: