Minister says relationship with operators is “improving” AUSTRALIA One of Adelaide’s three public bus companies will be forced to pay another $70,000 because of services failing to run on time.
Czech Republic Reports from the Czech capital of Prague idicate anticorruption offiers have raided the Prague Public Transport Company (DPP). Its Chief, Tomas Martinec, later talked to reporters but did not say whether the raid […]
This latest venture expands on the company’s established travel operations in Sweden Arriva has embarked on the first stage of operations under a 12-year contract, the E20, for Stockholm’s transport systems which was awarded the […]
Norway’s well-known coach operator – Nettbuss – visited Birmingham Coach Station last week to learn more about leading industry practices from National Express.
A letter from a part-time coach driver to the Scottish Transport Minister has seen a response ruling out an imminent law change on the subject of alcohol aboard coaches.
Greater Manchester Police (GMP) is appealing to the coach and bus industry for information after three coaches were destroyed in an arson attack.
Torch Relay coaches cover a marathon distance – each accumulating 8,000 miles Buzzlines Travel’s Tony McGlynn holds a strong claim to be a worldclass authority on the Olympic Torch. The driver/trainer drove one of the […]
A new service is being introduced in the West Midlands by West Midlands Special Needs Transport (WMSNT).
Six new Wright Pulsar buses entered service with Arriva in Chester on Monday, August 13, operating across all the company’s Chester Quality Partnership routes – 1, 1a and 15. The new Euro 5 vehicles represent […]
Plymouth Citybus is introducing a new service on September 30 between Plymouth city centre and Ivybridge, via the A38.