West of England independent operator Cornwall Busways has ceased trading.
The Green Party announced plans on January 5 for an average 10% cut in rail and bus fares, which will be included in its general election manifesto, paid for by increasing public investment in fares […]
Stagecoach Manchester has unveiled 29 new Euro 6 ADL Enviro400s, which the firm said represents an investment of £5m.
Welcoming plans for an Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) in London by 2020, the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) said London should set the benchmark for the world’s great cities by implementing a […]
Two men and a woman have appeared before a Crown Court Judge accused of fraud involving more than £800,000 at Llanberis-based Padarn Bus.
A fire at First Call Coaches’ depot which destroyed 30 coaches, five minibuses and a car is being treated as a deliberate fire by South Wales Fire and Rescue Service, the BBC has reported.
Scotland’s strict new drink-drive limit could be cut even further for lorry, coach and bus drivers.
Profit margins outside London down to 7.2%, from 8.8% Profits in the UK bus industry fell in 2012/13 for the third year in succession, according to new analysis published this week by Preston-based transport specialists […]
Go Ahead Group-owned Salisbury Reds is celebrating its milestone 100th anniversary by launching two heritage-liveried buses.