Campaign for Better Transport said "virtually all" standard class season tickets were under PS5,000 so those who benefit will be in first class.
What does CBT stand for?
CBT stands for Campaign for Better Transport (Auckland, New Zealand)
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We have 219 other meanings of CBT in our Acronym Attic
- Community-Based Solid Waste Management (Indonesia; UN Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific)
- CBOE (Chicago Board Options Exchange) Stock Exchange (Illinois)
- Continued Balance System - Expanded
- City of Birmingham Symphony Youth Chorus (Birmingham, England)
- Computerised Business Systems (UK)
- Cable Bay Shear Zone (Canada)
- Comunidad Budista Soto Zen (Spanish: Soto Zen Buddhist Community; Spain)
- C-Band Transponder (radar)
- Cadet Basic Training
- California Business Technology, Inc. (Pleasanton, CA)
- Can't Be Touched
- Cancer Biology and Therapy (journal)
- Carotid Body Tumors
- Cement Bond Tool (cabling technology)
- Ceneri Base Tunnel (Swiss railway tunnel)
- Center for Biochemical Technology (now Institute of Genomics and Integrative Biology; India)
- Center for Biotechnology (various locations)
- Certified Belief Therapist (faith-based therapy)
- Certified Broadcast Technologist
- Change Block Tracking (virtual machine storage)
Samples in periodicals archive:
A recent report by the Campaign for Better Transport says that local rail services should be managed by local authorities rather than the Government," said Clr Lewis.
The Campaign for Better Transport said: Clubs sometimes forget that fans' experience does not begin when they go through the turnstile.
The Greater Manchester town was the worst place for dependency on the car, the survey by the Campaign for Better Transport (CBT) showed.
uk RICHARD HEBDITCH, campaigns director, Campaign for Better Transport, via email
uk RICHARD HEBDITCH, campaigns director, Campaign for Better Transport.
The Campaign for Better Transport yesterday welcomed the investment plans but added: "Massive fare increases should not be used to pay for them.
The Campaign for Better Transport looked at how train services in 11 cities perform on affordability, overcrowding and punctuality.