Over-55s specialist Grand UK Holidays has added new UK holidays to its range, in addition to 29 fresh British tour options which were unveiled in its summer 2013 brochure.
USA Stagecoach Group is investing more than $20m in 51 new coaches to raise the profile of its growing operations in North America. Three key operating subsidiaries, based in Ohio, Chicago and New Jersey, are […]
Transport Minister Norman Baker has recognised the contribution of Sir Brian Souter in parliament.
While corporation tax also sees a reduction, budget seen as doing little to help the coach and bus industry The chancellor George Osborne has scrapped the fuel duty increase scheduled for September in the Budget […]
Buses are step-free with ramps and audio door alerts for blind and disabled passengers SOUTH AFRICA Cape Town’s first easy access buses, Optare Solo SRs, started operation this month. They have been welcomed by blind […]
Colleagues from across the bus industry gathered on the South Coast on Thursday to say a fond farewell to Brighton & Hove Managing Director, Roger French, on his retirement.
Potential service cuts and fare increases in Wales are looming as the Welsh BSOG cuts draw close.
USA WABCO Holdings showcased its breakthrough hydraulic antilock braking system (ABS) with integrated ESCsmart electronic stability control (ESC) at the 2013 Mid-America Trucking Show (MATS) in Louisville, Kentucky.
Other leading areas include Oxfordshire and Devon, while Milton Keynes scored the lowest in Passenger Focus’ study Passenger Focus has released the results of its latest Bus Passenger Survey (BPS), revealing bus users in Nottingham […]
The Stow and District Civic Society, with backing from Stow Town Council, aim to avoid coaches using Digbeth Street in Stow on the Wold when exiting the Square, stating the street is old and narrow […]