New figures from Transport for London (TfL) show a decade of using DNA spit kits to identify perpetrators of spit attacks on staff has contributed to a reduction in such behaviour by 75%.
If £2 single, £3 return trial is successful a future rollout could be seen across Somerset First introduced an experimental set of bus fares in Taunton on Sunday, July 28.
National Express has seen a record performance in non-rail profit according to its latest Half Year results.
Bus technicians from across the UK were honoured last week (July 18) at the third annual IRTE Skills Challenge winners’ presentation.
Consultation runs until November 5, although ITA will consider improved Quality Partnership offer from NEBOA The Tyne and Wear Integrated Transport Authority (ITA) has agreed to move forward with plans to implement a Quality Contract […]
EUROPE The European Commission (EC) and industry bodies are to invest more than €22bn over the next seven years in innovation for various industry sectors.
AUSTRIA A Solaris Urbino 8.9 LE electric bus has entered service in the city of Klagenfurt. Municipallyowned Stadtwerke Klagenfurt purchased the vehicle as a part of a European Union project called Cemobil. Solaris electric bus […]
Electric buses to replace ageing fleet of specialist vehicles by July 2014 NETHERLANDS BYD is to supply a new fleet of 35 electric buses to transfer passengers between the terminals and aircraft at Amsterdam’s Schiphol […]
The seven awards covered were presented to staff at Arriva, CT Plus, Stagecoach, Metroline and Go-Ahead, with the TfL Olympic transport team also recognised Outstanding customer service and actions above and beyond the call of […]
The eighth European Bus and Coach Forum, organised by the International Road Transport Union (IRU), in co-operation with the International Social Tourism Organisation (ISTO), the European Tour Operators’ Association (ETOA) and the Belgian Federation of […]