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Reforming public transport after the pandemic

Inquiry

The longer-term implications of the coronavirus pandemic for the UK’s public transport are to be examined by the Transport Committee. From the first weeks of lockdown, the Transport Committee has charted the impact of Covid-19 on the UK’s key transport sectors.  Transport workers, stakeholders, mayors and ministers working in aviation, local transport, freight and maritime described the immediate pressures they faced during an unprecedented period of profound upheaval. This inquiry will take a holistic look at how public transport is changing and the implications for current government strategies including the Williams Rail Review, bus strategy, walking and cycling, taxis and private hire vehicles. 

The deadline for submission is Thursday 24 September 2020.

Read the inquiry launch news story. 

 

Reports, special reports and government responses

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Oral evidence transcripts

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10 March 2021
Inquiry Reforming public transport after the pandemic
Committees Transport Committee
Oral Evidence
10 March 2021
Inquiry Reforming public transport after the pandemic
Committees Transport Committee
Oral Evidence
10 February 2021
Inquiry Reforming public transport after the pandemic
Witnesses Campaign for Better Transport, Confederation of Passenger Transport, and Arriva UK Bus
Committees Transport Committee
Oral Evidence
REF0008 - Reforming public transport after the pandemic
Witnesses Smith
Committees Transport Committee
Written Evidence
REF0009 - Reforming public transport after the pandemic
Witnesses Eastbourne Access group
Committees Transport Committee
Written Evidence
REF0010 - Reforming public transport after the pandemic
Witnesses Friends of the Settle-Carlisle Line
Committees Transport Committee
Written Evidence

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