Stephen Morris - Articles and news items

Foreword: Boosting bus services in Britain

Issue 2 2014  •  30 April 2014  •  Stephen Morris, Deputy Chief Executive, Bus Users UK

It is often said that Britain is becoming two nations – London and the rest of the UK. This is perhaps most clearly demonstrated in passenger transport; London attracts the bulk of the country’s investment in transport. A regulated bus network, supported by substantial public subsidy, is probably familiar to much of Continental Europe, while the rest of Britain has bus services provided for the most part without subsidy by private-sector operators taking their own commercial risk…

Bus Users UK opposes plans to scrap Liverpool bus lanes

Industry news  •  4 October 2013  •  Bus Users UK

The bus lanes are being suspended because the Council believes many of them simply don’t work…

Real-Time Passenger Information supplement

Issue 3 2012, Supplements  •  26 June 2012  •  Stephen Morris, General Manger, Bus Users UK / David Brown, Chair, RTIG

RTPI systems – helping to remove the barrier to bus use (Stephen Morris, General Manger, Bus Users UK)
Public transport technology: another one will be along in a minute (David Brown, Chair, RTIG)