Proposal approved which could see £34m of public sector transport contracts put up for tender Cambridgeshire County Council has approved three Demand Responsive Transport (DRT) pilot projects, which it hopes to develop to replace subsidised […]
Volvo Buses reported a substantial increase in deliveries for the third quarter, compared with the same period in 2010. A total of 2,954 buses were delivered, which is an increase of 37%. North American and […]
Iconic vehicles will assemble to celebrate the 50th year of James Bond The world-famous National Motor Museum at Beaulieu and EON Productions have announced an exciting new exhibition of 50 James Bond vehicles, known as […]
Though Britain may be a relatively small region, it presents opportunities for tour operators to get the most out of multiple attractions in a short space of time. In this case two excellent attractions in […]
Sudeley Castle in Winchcombe will offer its visitors one of the most significant monarchy tourism events of the Diamond Jubilee year in 2012. The year-long celebrations at the castle to mark the 500th anniversary of Katherine […]
First West Yorkshire has seen an encouraging increase in passenger numbers on two key routes in Leeds. In May this year, First carried out some service changes to its number 56 service (Whinmoor – Leeds […]
Abellio London’s bus MD says farewell Paul McGowan, Abellio London and Surrey’s managing director, is to leave the group at the end of 2011.
A scenic Stagecoach bus route in the Lake District has benefited from a £1.5m investment in nine new buses. The new ADL Enviro 400-bodied Scanias have entered service on route 555, which links the city […]