Bus Journeys in England Fall by 85 Million

According to Department for Transport (DfT) statistics, the number of bus passenger journeys in England fell by 85 million last year, highlighting the devastating impact of cuts to local services under the current government. Outside London, the passenger journeys fell by 3.2%, while in the capital they declined by 0.7%. In the year to March 2018, there […]

Sevenoaks Tunnel Refurbishment Offers Reliability

A two-year renewal of infrastructure on the two-mile long Sevenoaks tunnel in South East England is giving passengers a reduction in delays and faster journeys. The tunnel has been given a £21 million refurbishment which included the replacement of thousands of sleepers, the laying of several miles of new track and the installation of new […]

Eurostar to Expand Amsterdam Service

Following the success of Eurostar’s decision to launch two trains per day in April this year on the London – Amsterdam route, the cross-Channel high speed operator expects to launch a third daily train in June 2019. Between London, Rotterdam and Amsterdam, Eurostar has already carried more than 130,000 passengers on direct trains. These currently […]