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GovToday Sustainable Transport 2014

Sustainable Transport 2014: Ultra low carbon travel will try to identify how improved transport infrastructure can be achieved in order to nurture fledgling economic growth without costing the earth - both in financial and environmental terms.  The conference will consider how a number of capital funding streams: can be best deployed to achieve financially and environmentally sustainable local and national transport networks.

Along with our presence in the exhibition Danny Elford, Business Solutions Director for The Kings Ferry and National Express will be holding a Masterclass on 'Sustainable solutions for getting people to work and reducing car dependency' - by showing the benefits of coach commuting for businesses, councils and local communities.

 

The Masterclass will start at 14:20

 

Summary

The Kings Ferry Ltd - Sustainable Commuting – The Greenest form of Ground Transportation

Theme: The environmental and economic benefit of commuting by coach

 

Benefits of attending:

  • Find out more about the environmental and economic benefits of commuting by coach.
  • Explore how we can offer a professional way of travel and switch people from car to coach.
  • Hear about our experience of launching a new commuter service based on our experience in this market.
  • Learn more about the commuter model and how we can offer improved transport links for key employment areas.

 

Brief Summary of content:

  • The Kings Ferry Commuter Experience so far
  • Overview of current services
  • New ventures new locations
  • Partnerships
  • Environmental and economic benefits
  • L.A. Funding

 

 

VIP treatment for Pride of Britain Winners

Pride of Britain winners' coach
For the third year running, we've provided travel for the Pride of Britain, taking winners and their guests to and from the glitzy red carpet event.
 
Those onboard included youngster Jack Mackay who saved his brother from a dog attack and Betty McGlinchey, who has fostered more than 1,200 children.
 
Thanks to The Kings Ferry (TKF) who stepped in at the last minute to help transport the Invictus Games team to join the rest of the Pride of Britain winners at a reception with David Cameron at Downing Street the next day.

Special thanks to Dave Mann, Duty Operations Manager at TKF, who went above and beyond to organise the team’s transport which included a police escort to make sure the team got to Number Ten on time!
 
Thanks also to TKF driver Marigeln Xako, who provided a warm and professional service.
 
The event transport was in addition to the week-long tour held earlier in the year – thanks to Travel DeCourcey and the marketing communications, social media and PR teams for all working together to make the week a success! 

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