Andrew Jones MP says the measures aim to facilitate more effective partnership development between local authorities and bus operators The forthcoming Buses Bill will include partnership working measures – the government has confirmed.
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) block exemption which enables multi-operator ticketing schemes to work without risk of being challenged by competition law is likely to be extended for a further 10 years when it […]
First Bus customers in Halifax are now benefitting from a new initiative called ‘Zest’ delivering free WiFi and improved bus interiors.
Following a review of its depot capacities and locations, Rotala has decided to dispose of its four acre depot in Long Acre, Birmingham, which was judged to be surplus to requirements.
There are no plans to incentivise operators to ensure their fleet are DDA-compliant, the government in Westminster has confirmed.
National Express West Midlands (NXWM) has repainted its first ALX400-bodied low-floor double-decker into the firm’s new red livery.
Sum more than doubles previous investment in 2010, which increased the group’s turnover by £20m HCT Group (HCT) has raised £10m of investment from institutional investors and lenders.
A patient transport tender has been awarded to the North West Ambulance Service after Arriva dropped out of the £66.8m tender bid, the Manchester Evening News reported.
D&E Coaches has stepped in to provide a commercial service between Ullapool and Inverness, the Ross-Shire Journal has reported.
Throughout December, bus drivers and other members of staff from Stagecoach North East’s depots in Newcastle, South Shields, Sunderland, Stockton and Hartlepool have swapped their uniforms for festive costumes in a bid to raise funds […]