A word from the President
Well, where do I start, it’s been one heck of a week!
The latest edition of CPT's weekly newsletter for members, Newsline, is now available to view by clicking on the link below.
The latest edition of Coaching Matters is now available for you to view and download by clicking on the links below.
CPT News Release: CPT and People 1st announce new professional accreditation for engineering managers
The Confederation of Passenger Transport UK (CPT), in conjunction with People 1st, has today launched a new industry professional standard – the Bus & Coach Engineering Manager Accreditation.
Compliance Manual updates
The following update to the CPT Compliance Manual have been made today:
News Release: Quality seminar programme an integral part of the Euro Bus Expo experience
A high quality seminar programme will once again be an integral part of the total show experience when Euro Bus Expo 2014 opens this November.
Newsline Special: Conservative Ministerial Reshuffle, July 2014
The latest Newsline Special, along with previous editions, is available for you to view and download from the links below.
Buses drive jobs and economic prosperity reveals landmark report
A new landmark research report for Greener Journeys – the campaign to promote sustainable travel – developed in partnership with the Department for Transport, shows the crucial role played by the bus in driving jobs and economic prosperity.
CPT News Release: Case for bus priority goes up a gear
CPT, pteg, TfL, Greener Journeys and CBT have today launched Bus Priority Works, a new brochure setting out the case for bus priority schemes in a non-technical and compelling way.
CPT News Release: New Training Aid for Bus Drivers Launched
The Confederation of Passenger Transport UK (CPT), working with the Department for Transport (DfT), Mental Health Action Group, People 1st, the Association of Trainers and trentbarton, has today announced the launch of a new training DVD aimed at assisting bus drivers in their dealings with customers who have hidden mental health conditions – one in four of the adult population.