Compliance Manual updates
The following updates have been made to the CPT Compliance Manual:
Leeds: Clean Air Zone update
Following on from the recent consultation on the proposed Leeds Clean Air Zone (CAZ), which closed on 12 August and received over 3,500 responses, a report will be considered by the City Council's Executive Board next Wednesday, 17 October.
The latest edition of CPT's weekly newsletter for members, Newsline, is now available to view by clicking on the link below.
Brexit: driving licences
The Government has confirmed the position on driving licences for those travelling to Europe after 29 March.
The latest edition of Coaching Matters is now available for you to view and download by clicking on the links below. To subscribe to receive Coaching Matters direct to your inbox, please email CPT's Coaching Manager Andy Warrender.
Build on Bus - CPT Scottish Conference review
CPT welcomed delegates to the Turnberry Hotel on the 1st and 2nd October for the 43rd Annual Scottish Conference.
A word from the President
Regular readers of this column (I hope there are at least a few of you out there) will have recalled my tales that as CPT President you are sometimes sent to some rather less salubrious parts of our great kingdom - often on a Monday night just to add a bit more colour to the activity - to fraternise with members and fly the CPT flag.
Book now for an 'Evening with the Traffic Commissioner'
CPT's London & South East region is hosting an 'Evening with the Traffic Commissioner', Sarah Bell on Thursday 25 October in Andover.
CPT News Release: No-Deal Brexit would be a Bad Deal for International Coaches
The Confederation of Passenger Transport UK (CPT) has expressed huge concern about the treatment of international coach operations in the event that the UK leaves the EU without a deal.
CPT News Release: Simon Posner
CPT sadly announces the departure of Simon Posner from the organisation with effect from 31 August 2018.