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17 Dec 2019
Commuters will be given a “basic right” to get to work each day under a new law set to be...
4 Oct 2019
Use of season tickets is falling as commuters’ flexible working arrangements mean they are no longer good value for money.
13 Nov 2018
The time it takes employees to get to and from work has increased over the past decade, even if they...
5 Nov 2018
Workers and companies in the City of London are to benefit from plans to improve office space flexibility, air quality...
30 Aug 2018
Commuting time should be counted as part of the working day, according to research by the University of the West...
15 Aug 2018
The Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) has urged employers to encourage their staff to cycle to work on...
1 Dec 2011
Daily long-distance commuting can be detrimental to a person’s health, a study carried out in Sweden has concluded. The research...
9 Nov 2009
Workers spend up to 78 minutes commuting every day, research by the Trades Union Congress has revealed.In total UK workers...
30 Oct 2007
Transport for London (TfL) has published a guide to flexible working in a bid to reduce the strain on the...
Transport for London launches scheme to encourage businesses to help staff use more sustainable ways of commuting
18 May 2007
A new scheme to encourage businesses to help their staff leave their cars at home, save money, and reduce their impact...
30 Jan 2007
Well, I’ve just made it into work, 80 minutes after leaving my house. I appreciate that many people spend far...
Transport for London buys advice and training package to encourage flexible working and reduce commuting times
6 Dec 2006
Transport for London has signed a £150,000 deal with Work Wise UK, a campaign group that encourages employers to offer...
21 Apr 2006
The number of people driving to work has fallen in the past two years, while the number using trains and buses is up five-fold, research reveals
24 Jan 2006
Almost half of UK employers said that commuting problems caused undue stress for their employees, and 41% said transport issues were responsible for making staff late on a regular basis, according to a survey by the CBI