As lockdown slowly begins to ease, Passenger are working to open up access to travel options across the UK
Public transport users need to feel more in control than ever when travel restrictions begin to lift.
Cycling plays an important part in how we travel around towns and cities - and its popularity has bloomed during the current health crisis.
To support bus operators in publishing data to BODS in time to meet upcoming regulations, Passenger has launched a new hosted service.
When COVID-19 hit the world, the world pushed pause. Industry, economies and the environment have all been affected, with the transport sector seeing an almost overnight reduction in travel.
Lockdown has given us an unexpected chance to have and share conversations with some fantastic industry colleagues.
New websites delivered ahead of schedule as bus operators make sure their users are given the best possible tools for planning their essential travel
Scheduling service alterations for bank holidays used to be some of the most complex changes network operators made. With UK timetables currently in flux, industry data exchange formats should be under close watch.
Taking a look at transport through the lens of the pandemic, we work alongside operators and suppliers to get real-times data to bus users.
How Passenger are supporting bus operators and responding to Coronavirus directives in the UK.
One of Passenger’s first customers, Nottingham City Transport, has renewed its contract and is looking forward to another three years working with the UK’s leading digital transport services provider.
With the phrase ‘self-isolation’ on everyone’s lips due to COVID-19, the technology that enables staff to work remotely is now in the spotlight. Passenger Cloud is keeping bus operators all over the UK up-to-date in a fast-changing situation