pteg - the Passenger Transport Executive Group - brings together and promotes the interests of the six Passenger Transport Executives (PTEs) in England. Bristol and the West of England, Leicester City Council, Nottingham City Council, Strathclyde Partnership for Transport and Transport for London are associate members.
pteg has two main tasks:
- promoting efficiencies and the exchange of knowledge and good practice within the PTE network, and
- raising awareness nationally about the key transport challenges which face the city regions, and the public transport solutions which PTEs are implementing.
pteg strategy and policy is determined by the Directors General of the six PTEs, who meet at least quarterly. pteg also run a number of task groups and committees bringing together professionals from across the PTE network to focus on specific policy areas, to share expertise and good practice and to work collaboratively and more efficiently. You can find out more about how we save money for the PTEs in our 'Driving efficiencies' briefing (1MB).
The pteg Support Unit, based in Leeds, coordinates pteg’s activities and acts as a central point of contact.
To find out more about the work and priorities of pteg, read our brochure - 'Moving city region transport forwards' (5.67MB).