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TfN and UTG at this year's Spring Meeting

Good to see so many of you at the Spring Meeting/AGM in Nottingham (15 March). It was one of the busiest and liveliest workshops we have had for a while, which shows the level of interest in the topics discussed.

Although local budgets are still under a lot of pressure, the development of new transport and information concepts is clearly having an energising effect on the creativity of the sector. And it looks like the provisions of the Bus Services Bill are going to have some important tactical benefits, too.


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RTIG has a wide membership, drawn from UK local authorities, bus and rail operators and system suppliers, and enjoy excellent working relationships with Government and other key industry groups.

 

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