Wednesday, December 13, 2017

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Season's wishes

We can't hide from the fact that it is now winter, and that we can look forward to some seasonal disruption over the next couple of months. So it's worth taking a few moments to remember just how important good local transport is for the members of our communities, especially during bad weather and its associated problems. Why not raise a small glass to everyone involved in making it work well?

...unless you are driving, of course!

Merry Christmas from all at RTIG.

What is RTIG?

RTIG was established in 2000 to provide a focus for all those involved in UK bus RTI. We now have a comprehensive remit to cover the effective and efficient use of technology in the interests of passenger transport users, operators and sponsors.

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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