Since The TAS Partnership was founded in 1989, we have been key player in contributing and improving the public transport sector in all of its forms. With over 45 years of experience we have been providing expert research and analysis, to significantly improve the efficiency, popularity, and costs of public transport .
Over the last 25 years, The TAS Partnership has provided its work and services in over 2000 projects for all of the major bus and rail operators throughout the British isles and Europe.
“extremely well done. Thanks again.”
Martin Sutton – Managing Director – Stagecoach in Oxfordshire
“At Go South Coast we wished to offer training that was different and would challenge the perceptions and ingrained behaviour of our supervisory and junior manager team. After speaking with TAS we worked with them to deliver a course that would not only challenge behaviour but widen understanding and knowledge and improve performance. We have been delighted with the success of the course and the positive impact this has made on our staff and thoroughly recommend these courses and the excellent trainers that work hard to deliver such an engaging course.”
Ed Wills Operations Director Go South Coast
“We go to TAS for robust, evidence-based insight and analysis. I genuinely think The TAS Partnership stands out from the crowd of consultancies for their transport-specific wealth of experience and we welcome them ‘telling it like it is’.
David Astill, Commercial Manager, Nottingham City Transport
“I’ve had lots of dealings with TAS over the years, both when I was at First and when I was in consultancy, and I’ve always been impressed with their knowledge of bus operations.”
Andy Pike BA MSc CMILT MTPS, Public Transport Business Analyst
“TAS undertook a review of Lancashire’s community transport. The timescales were extremely tight but TAS provided us with a comprehensive, well thought through piece of work within the timescales we had stipulated. Their attention to detail was impressive and they have an excellent understanding of their subject matter.”
Tony Moreton (Head of Passenger Transport, Lancashire County Council).