Since the start of the pandemic, Essex Highways has done almost nothing to tackle the emergency across most of our district. So we wrote to Councillor Kevin Bentley, who is the member of the Essex County Council Cabinet with responsibility for highways and infrastructure, to find out what’s going on.
The Epping Forest Transport Action Group (EFTAG), which campaigns for better public transport and safer streets in Epping Forest, has launched a legal challenge against… Read More »Campaigners launch legal challenge to bring evening buses back.
EOS London, who run several bus services in Epping Forest including the 66, 86 and forthcoming 13, have extended their daytime 66 bus routes from… Read More »EOS to provide temporary partial replacements for 250 and 251 evening bus services.
Event: Epping Forest rally for buses and public transport – Monday 3rd July – 12.30-1.30pm – Waltham Abbey
Epping Forest Transport Action Group (EFTAG) has organised a lunchtime rally for Monday 3rd July to launch Catch the Bus Week and to raise awareness… Read More »Event: Epping Forest rally for buses and public transport – Monday 3rd July – 12.30-1.30pm – Waltham Abbey
Public Transport campaigners in Epping Forest have said that they are dismayed by news that the 505 bus route is to stop in January, just days after learning that the campaign to save the 167 route’s Loughton to Debden stretch has been unsuccessful.Read More »Press release: Transport campaigners dismayed by bus cuts
Press release: Campaign group urges Essex County Council to take opportunity to improve bus service.
Local public transport campaigners have called on Essex County Council to see the potential loss of the 505 bus service from Chingford to Harlow as… Read More »Press release: Campaign group urges Essex County Council to take opportunity to improve bus service.
This is an EFTAG press release about last week’s organising meeting. A local public transport campaigning group have decided their immediate priorities. At their first… Read More »Press release: Transport group sets priorities for campaigning in Epping Forest