North East on the brink of 'revolution' with Quality Contract Scheme


The North East is on the brink of a transport ‘revolution’ that could give the region a £272m economic boost over the next decade unions have claimed, after the North East Combined Authority (Neca) agreed to pursue a bus Quality Contract Scheme (QCS).

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