An agreement has been reached regarding coach drops and parking in Chatham after concerns were raised that Chatham Waterfront bus station only allows local buses to use the facility.
Fáilte Ireland has released a report into the coach tourism industry which shows the entire sector is running at a loss. The Irish tourist development body’s data suggests the average daily hire-out rates are not […]
Popular West Midlands coachman and bus driver Graham Clinton passed away aged 74 on June 16.
Coach drivers are being warned to allow extra time to negotiate an important section of the M1 in Bedfordshire this weekend. The motorway is due to be closed in both directions for 16 hours between […]
National Express-owned organisation calls for the study and development of coach facilities on the continent Senior figures in the European Union met last week to acknowledge more could be done to improve infrastructure for coaches […]
Network Warrington won the Industry Best Practice Award at the North West Chartered Institute of Logistics & Transport 2012 Award ceremony, held at Cranage Hall, near Knutsford on June 22.
Regional Commercial Manager, Arthur Argyle is retiring from Volvo Bus this week. Having worked for the company for 23 years, joining in 1989, Arthur has become an extremely wellknown and respected figure within the industry. […]
The Department for Transport has released statistics for bus travel between January and March 2012. The figures include projections for the financial year and are estimated using a panel survey of the largest bus operators […]
Funding for the improvements was obtained from the Local Sustainable Transport Fund First buses on the X1 route, connecting Weston-super-Mare and Bristol have been upgraded with leather seats and free WiFi. The changes add to […]
Go-Ahead Group has launched Go-Learn, an education programme to help children improve their knowledge of public transport. Go-Learn uses the theme of public transport to deliver resources which help pupils (aged four to 14) develop […]