Buses and coaches are the most cost-effective and economically sound way to travel, whether the economy is good or bad.
Rail travel is often twice as expensive as travelling by coach, while travelling by car is almost three times as costly!
Imagine all the great things you could buy if you left your car at home for just 1 month. But don’t take our word for it, check out some of the exciting ways people have saved money by travelling by bus and coach!
Watch this insightful animation to better understand the snowball effect of taking the bus more often. If not for yourself, do it at least for others that might not be as wealthy as you!
The European Citizens’ Mobility Forum (ECMF) will organise, on the 14 October 2014, in Brussels, a workshop dedicated to Multimodal Terminals which will bring together EU, national and local authorities, as well as civil society researchers and stakeholders, business representatives and trade associations to debate the role and place of passenger transport terminals in the intermodal transport chain.
The international transportation policy group EMBARQ highlights the benefits of bus rapid transit (BRT) systems in Mexico City and Istanbul following the outcome of the organization’s recent report - Social, Environmental and Economic Impacts of BRT Systems.
Following a one year industry investigation, the French Competition Authority recently published a report highlighting that the creation of long distance coach lines could create between 10,000 and 16,000 jobs, with the advantage of complementing TGV travel at a much lower cost.