With the rapidly changing situation in the COVID-19 situation, we have taken the decision to postpone the workshop on the ‘Future of the Coach in London’ on 30 March 2020 until later in the year, once the situation becomes clearer. This decision was not taken lightly, as we recognise that this is a time that the coach operator needs as much assistance as possible. However, it was thought unwise to go ahead with an event that will bring individuals into close contact with one another.
Disabled Peoples Right to use Coach Services. The Disabled Persons Transport Advisory Committee (DPTAC) an extremely important and influential government advisory body has finally written a piece on the accessibility of coach services. Whilst acknowledging the limitations to access unique to coaches as a result in the main of the width and height of the … Continue reading “Anderson Travel Talk About PSVAR”
Support NHS heroes and TfL — please stay at home MY heartfelt thanks go to the people of London for acting on the instruction of the Mayor and Government to stay at home and not travel to help fight the spread of coronavirus, save lives and protect our NHS. We have seen Tube and rail … Continue reading “London’s Transport Commissioner Mike Brown on the response to coronavirus in London”
The west side of Russell Square is now closed until 3 April 2020 to allow for gas main works. Local diversions are in place.
Coach Parking and Drop-Off There are no facilities for coach parking in central Bath. The Riverside Coach Park closed on 2nd November 2020, which was required to facilitate the development of Bath Quays North, the Council’s flagship regeneration project, that will create a new business district providing much needed high-quality offices and new jobs. A new coach … Continue reading “Coach Parking In Central Bath Closes”
Until the end of October 2020, London Bridge is closed in both directions to all traffic except coaches and buses, licensed taxis, motorcyclists and cyclists. However, the journey over the bridge may take longer than normal.
Vehicles that are more than two metres wide or two metres high, or goods vehicles weighing more than two tonnes have been banned from the Rotherhithe Tunnel since September 2018. Since February, enforcement of the weight restriction has been carried out by cameras and people driving prohibited vehicles through the tunnel have been fined up … Continue reading “Stricter Enforcement of Rotherhithe Tunnel’s Safety Restrictions”