Trapeze Group (UK) News

Public Transport Superheroes Recognised at Trapeze’s UK Conference

Staverton, UK | November 24, 2015


At the recent UK Conference, Trapeze undertook the task of unearthing the nation’s public transport superheroes: those – often unsung – individuals who work each day to deliver mobility and transport services for those in their community.

With nominations received…

The Trapeze indoor charity triathlon

| August 08, 2015

This year, Trapeze UK is taking part in a static charity triathlon to raise money for the British Cardiac Patient’s Association in memory of our colleague Chris Gough, who passed away early in 2014. The event will see Trapeze employees cover a total of 1,300 km – the distance…

Traveline Scotland receives accolades at Scottish Transport Awards

Staverton, UK | July 23, 2015


At the 2015 Scottish Transport Awards, Traveline Scotland was recognised for its recent innovations in journey planning solutions and passenger information.

The company won the coveted ‘Excellence in technology and innovation’ award for the journey planning app,…

Up in the cloud: Wiltshire County Council realise benefits of web-based RTPI

Staverton, UK | June 26, 2015


Local Authority workers at Wiltshire Council are quickly realising the benefits offered by a new browser-based back office Real-Time Passenger Information (RTPI) system as it is rolled out across the county.

Trapeze’s NOVUS RT’s web-based delivery affords workers…

The missing “a”

Staverton, UK | June 08, 2015

Give Blood NHS has launched a new campaign this week in order to boost blood donations. The campaign is called #MissingType where the letters A, O and B are dropped from signs as a way of raising awareness for the need for donations of these blood types. That is why today, we have…

Trapeze at Transport Ticketing Global 2015

Staverton, UK | January 22, 2015

Have ticketing solutions in the bus sector failed to reach their full potential? Comparisons with the rail sector suggest so. We believe the true potential of ticketing will only be realised once we deliver what the passengers actually want: a single unified travel tool…

Glenn Lyons will be the Opening Plenary Speaker at UKC14

Staverton, UK | December 04, 2014

Glenn Lyons is Professor of Transport and Society and founder of the Centre for Transport & Society (CTS) at UWE Bristol. He was CTS Director from 2002-2010 and is now Associate Dean (Research and Knowledge Exchange) for the Faculty of Environment and Technology. He is currently on…

Mike Schofield - Plenary Speaker at UKC14

Staverton, UK | October 15, 2014

"If the bus didn't exist, would we Invent it?" is the intriguing title of Mike Schofield's plenary session at the 2014 Trapeze UK Conference.

Mike set up Mike Schofield & Associates in 2011 to support and facilitate government, industry associations and SMEs in their investment…

Mark Betts to Lead a FleetMaster User Group

Staverton, UK | October 03, 2014

Four FleetMaster User Group sessions are being held at the 2014 Trapeze UK Conference and we are pleased to announce that Mark Betts, Assistant Transport Manager at Sheffield City Council, will be leading one of them.

FleetMaster User Groups are all about discussing what…

Tim Rivett to Speak on the New Perspectives Track at UKC14

Staverton, UK | September 16, 2014

Information for the Passenger; anywhere, anytime, any device (A metropolitan perspective) is the title of the talk being given by Tim Rivett, Head of Information and Technology, South Yorkshire PTE.

This session is one of six being held as part of the New Perspectives on Passenger…

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