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JFG Comms research identifies barriers to women’s use of rental e-scooters, and possible solutions 

JFG Communications, in partnership with Voi technology and Women in Transport, has today launched a research report on women’s views and experiences of e-scooters.

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A look at the transport industry in April

The Department for Transport announced its Great British Rail sale this month with approximately 628,000 tickets sold in the first week. Just how effective these tickets are in reducing costs is still up for debate with critics claiming they are only available for unpopular journeys or that they only cover a very small number of overall trips. What is certain is the government recognises the price of rail has skyrocketed in the past few decades, and something needs to be done to remedy this. 

PRCA Dare Awards 2022 Finalist Badge

We're delighted to have been shortlisted in two categories at this year's PRCA Dare Awards for the South East Region.

As a team, JFG Comms has been named as finalists in the Small Consultancy of the Year category and our Senior Account Manager, Becky Franklin, has been shortlisted for Rising Star of the Year.

We're delighted to have been shortlisted in two categories at this year's Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) Excellence awards.

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A look at the transport industry in March

In March we’ve seen a focus on buses with the recent £200 million funding from the ZEBRA (Zero Emission Bus Regional Areas) scheme, Transport for London’s Bus Action Plan and Transport for Greater Manchester’s landmark announcement about the franchising of its bus system. It’s clear one year on from the National Bus Strategy, both national government and sub-regional transport bodies understand the important role buses will play in improving and decarbonising our transport networks.