Clean Bus Technology Fund - 2019
#1
Government funds bus industry to improve air quality
Local authorities to be awarded £25m to further bus retrofitting plans.

In our area, funding as below:

Newcastle - £379,600 - 23 buses
Gateshead - £230,750 - 13 buses
South Tyneside - £133,952 - 8 buses

See more: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/gover...ir-quality
Reply
#2
(23/03/2019, 14:05)Dan Wrote: Government funds bus industry to improve air quality
Local authorities to be awarded £25m to further bus retrofitting plans.

In our area, funding as below:

Newcastle - £379,600 - 23 buses
Gateshead - £230,750 - 13 buses
South Tyneside - £133,952 - 8 buses

See more: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/gover...ir-quality

Completely changed my reply:


How long do councils have to have to keep the buses in service after they receive the modification's?  


Wonder if the Citaro's at Riverside will receive them?... 36 Citaro's at Riverside for Gateshead and Newcastle 

Not sure on the South Tyne ones though...
Reply
#3
Talking about all these handouts... 

This appeared in PT earlier this week.

http://www.passengertransport.co.uk/2019...-ambition/
'Illegitimis non carborundum'
Reply
#4
https://www.bususers.org/news-events/new...-tyneside/

Survey closes within a couple of weeks.
'Illegitimis non carborundum'
Reply