Services to the Bus Industry

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Winner, Gold Award, Mark Fowles - UK Bus Awards

Under Mark's leadership, Nottingham City Transport has become synonymous with high standards, innovation and a clear intent to put passengers at the heart of everything it does. From the major revamp of the bus network with the use of extensive route branding, to innovations such as working with Scania to develop the world's first gas powered double, the plaudits have never stopped. Mark has also contributed to the wider industry through his involvement with CPT and Album, where he's been Chairman and on the executive for ten years. He played a very active part in formulating policy and put together Album's response to consultations on the recent Transport Act. He's also Chairman of Traveline, which he's steering through changes to its funding and structure which has significantly reduced the call for funding from the industry and has put it in a great position to help with the government's pursuit of open data. In his personal life, Mark has run a fund raising group with his wife, Natalie, for Muscular Dystrophy UK, inspired by his daughter being one of seventy thousand children and adults affected by this condition in the UK. Mark is a truly inspirational leader and one fully deserving of the Services to the Bus Industry award.

Under Mark's leadership, Nottingham City Transport has become synonymous with high standards, innovation and a clear intent to put passengers at the heart of everything it does. From the major revamp of the bus network with the use of extensive route branding, to innovations such as working with Scania to develop the world's first gas powered double, the plaudits have never stopped. Mark has also contributed to the wider industry through his involvement with CPT and Album, where he's been Chairman and on the executive for ten years. He played a very active part in formulating policy and put together Album's response to consultations on the recent Transport Act. He's also Chairman of Traveline, which he's steering through changes to its funding and structure which has significantly reduced the call for funding from the industry and has put it in a great position to help with the government's pursuit of open data. In his personal life, Mark has run a fund raising group with his wife, Natalie, for Muscular Dystrophy UK, inspired by his daughter being one of seventy thousand children and adults affected by this condition in the UK. Mark is a truly inspirational leader and one fully deserving of the Services to the Bus Industry award.

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