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As buses become busier the need the confidence you can get on a bus means some passengers may want to book a seat, and a bus operators needs to understand the demand for journeys to know where to direct resources.

Could being able to book a journey or seat on a bus be one way of solving this double problem.

We are used to being able to book a seat when we make a long distance train or coach journey but not when we make a short bus journey.

What are the options and potential opportunities for the bus industry ?

In this session you will hear about the trials and plans for seat reservations from:

  • Meera Nayyar, Department for Transport;
  • Ben Hutchison, Transport for Wales;
  • David Hall, TrawsCymru;
  • Dave Skepper, Stagecoach East Midlands;
  • Rob Pymm, First West of England.

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