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Go-Ahead will be operating under a cloud while investigations continue with the threat of further penalties
Probe finds ‘serious breaches’ of group’s franchise agreement, says transport secretary
Plus, Sir Jony Ive teams up with Ferrari and a message to Boris Johnson: 'prenez un grip’.
UK travellers on regional buses have increased to about 65-70% of pre-crisis levels
Changes in working habits mean many commuters will no longer be using railways as often as before pandemic
UK group forecasts sharp fall in earnings as it grapples with pandemic fallout
Transport department stops short of stripping group of its franchise
Commuters were hit by delays and cancellations on services into London
Badly affected line Northern sees complaints rise 63%
Experts failed to foresee the impact of Brexit or falling prices
Slowing sales growth makes Fevertree’s valuation look stretched, says Deutsche Bank
It is little solace for passengers, but the rail franchisee is a victim of the system
Thameslink owner’s earnings rise 6.5% as passengers suffer thousands of cancellations
Campaigners accuse Transport for London of complacency
Patrick Butcher’s appointment comes as group seeks turnround following profit warnings
Delays and cancellations were widespread when new timetable was introduced in May
Latest overhaul of Thameslink services leads to delays and cancellations
Horton’s division runs the Thameslink, Great Northern, Southern and Gatwick Express services
Not everybody has the time or money for media megabundles
DRC tax row rattles Randgold, while Redburn eyes bus operators