FOCUS ON THE EAST MIDLANDS: NOTTINGHAM A DIFFERENT APPROACH

In the first part of a look this month at the region’s bus operations, DAVID JENKINS finds that public transport is at the heart of policies on car use, parking, carbon reduction and ticketing that make its largest city a model for what could be achieved by local authorities elsewhere in the UK

Interchange in action at Beeston Centre in 2015, with a Nottingham Express Transit tram bound for Totton Lane and Trent Barton 720 (FJ58 KKO), a Wright Eclipse Urban-bodied Volvo B7RLE, on the Indigo service to Long Eaton.
MIKE HADDON

It is surely no coincidence that Nottingham’s two main operators — Nottingham City Transport and Trent Barton — are frequently award winners.

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