HCT Group news
All the latest news from HCT Group
CT4TC announces its new name - Derbyshire Community Transport
04 May 2018: Community Transport for Town and Country (CT4TC) has changed its name to Derbyshire Community Transport the move follows feedback from staff and service users - and marks their new status as a part of HCT Group.
New home for Jersey's Tourist Information Centre
17 Apr 2018: Monday 16 April marked the start of a new journey for Jersey’s Tourist Information Centre (TIC), now situated within Liberation Bus Station and operated by our Jersey team – LibertyBus.
Bristol Community Transport unveiled as Metrobus m1 operator
09 Apr 2018: Bristol Community Transport, HCT Group’s operation in Bristol, has today been unveiled as the operator of the longest Metrobus route – the m1. MetroBus is a new rapid public transport system for the West of England region.
CT4TC joins HCT Group
03 Apr 2018: We are delighted to announce that CT4TC has joined HCT Group. CT4TC are a community transport operator working in northeast Derbyshire and parts of Nottinghamshire.
HCT Group wins three new London red bus routes
13 Dec 2017: HCT Group is delighted to announce that we have been awarded contracts for three additional London red bus routes by Transport for London – the D6, N550 and N551.
LibertyBus to provide Jersey’s Tourist Information Centre
08 Dec 2017: LibertyBus, HCT Group’s operation in Jersey, is delighted to have been chosen by Visit Jersey as the provider of Jersey’s Tourist Information Centre from Easter 2018.
Introducing Drive On – training ex-offenders as London red bus drivers.
17 Nov 2017: The pilot has found that, with the right support, an intake of ex-offender bus driving trainees has the same success rate and performance as an intake without ex-offenders.
HCT Group wins TfL Bus Safety Innovation Fund bid
16 Nov 2017: Our project aims to tackle the issue of harsh acceleration – where a bus moves off from a stationary position too quickly – which can increase the risk of passenger injuries.
HCT Group calls for a significant strengthening of the Social Value Act
30 Oct 2017: A new HCT Group policy paper argues that the Act needs more ‘teeth’ with commissioning authorities required to account for the steps they have taken to implement social value in their procurement.