Whether you operate coaches or buses, there are plenty of live issues right now. So an opportunity to connect face-to-face with the industry to get a real handle on what’s happening is very welcome.
There’s nothing quite like a face-to-face conversation – or better still live updates ‘offline’ – with the chance to ask questions in person.
This dedicated area – hosted by the UK Coach Operators Association and Bus and Coach Buyer magazine – is where selected industry experts will be available to answer your questions on matters that are most pressing for operators.
The lounge’s prominent location is next to the newly-expanded and rapidly-growing UK Coach Operators Association – making its return appearance.
The government has invited all operators to have their say on the future ban on the sale of diesel PCVs. Transport Minister Baroness Vere has launched a ‘call for evidence’ and operators have until 21 May 2022 to make their response.
Operators need to consider carefully their response.
The Bus & Coach Hub is designed for operators to meet with industry experts and commentators to find out what the implications might be.
This will provide operators with the information to be able to make a reasoned and cogent argument, with evidence, in their response to the consultation.
Naturally, there is also the opportunity for networking about all aspects of the business.
Hard on the heels of the government’s latest round of £200m zero-emission bus funding (ZEBRA), ITT Hub offers a unique opportunity to find out what vehicle choices are available, with 14 exhibitors offering new options:
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