Confederation of Passenger Transport: Northern Bus Summit – 2 December 2015 in Manchester, England

The triennial Bus Summit organisedby the Confederation of Passenger Transport in the north of England has become an established part of the bus industry calendar.

LONDON, 2015-10-26 — /Travel PR News/ — The timing of the 2015 Summit being held on 2 December in Manchester is of particular importance given the Government’s devolution proposals to allow local authorities to bring forward proposals to operate local bus services under a franchised regime.

This is one of the key topics for discussion at this high profile event which will include a wide range of key speakers from the bus industry, local authority organisations, passenger interests, and the Government.

Howard Farrall, Chair of CPT North Western Region and Area Managing Director, Arriva Merseyside said: “One thing is clear. The way local bus services are delivered is going to change.  By attending the Northern Bus Summit on 2 December, you will have a unique opportunity to hear from an impressive line-up of senior figures involved in this important debate.”

A Summit brochure including details of the event and full list of speakers is available below.

Bookings are being taken until 27 November 2015.

For further information or to reserve you place email northernbussummit@cpt-uk.org now.

CPT Northern Bus Summit – 2 December 2015 (pdf)

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The Confederation of Passenger Transport UK (CPT) is recognised by Government as the voice of the bus and coach industry, and the focus for consultation on national and international legislation, local regulations, operational practices and engineering standards.

Our members range from the largest multi-national transport operators to the smallest family businesses – but they each recognise the importance of acting together for the benefit of all. Whether it’s getting your voice heard by policy makers, gaining access to the latest industry resources or having someone defend you when you’re under fire, we’re there to support our members.

SOURCE: Confederation of Passenger Transport UK

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