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Emerging data will mean transport users will become far more fully informed about their travel choices whilst at the same time it will transform the ability of transport authorities to plan and manage transport networks and services more efficiently and effectively. The report finds four key challenges for transport authorities in fully realising the benefits: sharing and integration; ownership and privacy; quality and standards; skills, capabilities and capacities.
New Urban Transport Group report identifies four key challenges on getting the most from emerging data on transport
- New buses and modern transport legislation has 'key role to play' -
The Urban Transport Group today welcomed backing for the Government's new buses legislation from the all-party House of Commons Transport Select Committee.
The Urban Transport Group represents transport authorities serving areas where the majority of bus travel takes place.
- 'Strong and robust' case for greater investment in active travel -
Tobyn Hughes, who leads on rail for the Urban Transport Group, said:
Following on from the EU referendum, the formation of a new Government and with the start of the party conference season, the Urban Transport Group has set out a vision for how UK transport policy could unfold in a way that will enable the nation’s largest urban areas to deliver inclusive growth
Dr Jon Lamonte said:
Responding to the CMA’s call for additional hurdles in the Bus Services Bill to be introduced for franchising proposals Dr Jon Lamonte, Chair of the Urban Transport Group, said:
Commenting on the outcome of the EU Referendum, Dr Jon Lamonte, Chair of Urban Transport Group, said:
Frank Rogers, who leads for Urban Transport Group on buses, said:
Tobyn Hughes, who leads for the Urban Transport Group on rail, said: