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LATEST NEWS:

26 March 2014:
NEBOA welcomes Passenger Focus survey results
Passenger satisfaction with bus services in Tyne and Wear has jumped to 90%, according to new
independent research. Read more

27 June 2013:
Transport minister says ‘Pursue partnership working with bus operators’
Baker advises Tyne and Wear to ‘secure the best possible outcome for the passenger.’
Read More
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CONTACT US:
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ITA decision: At a special meeting in Newcastle on 26 July 2013, the Tyne and Wear Integrated Transport Authority decided to continue to press ahead with its plans for a quality contract scheme.
NEBOA has urged the ITA to give proper consideration to the partnership alternative, which would see benefits for passengers from as early as spring next year - almost two years earlier than a quality contract scheme.
Working in partnership offers terrific benefits for bus users and local authorities without the tremendous risks posed by a contracts scheme. NEBOA believes that a contract scheme will inevitably lead to service cuts as local authority budgets are squeezed.
The partnership offering already contains savings for Nexus and savings for passengers amounting to more than £2 million. The partnership proposal produces a stable network with changes and improvements being presented to Local Partnership Boards.
You can read the summary of the latest proposals in the ‘Better by Far’ document.
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Better by Far:
The partnership approach to better fares, services
and stability for Tyne and Wear’s buses
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Page last updated 26 July 2013