Midlands and Shires to be merged to form one operating company Arriva is to re-structure its UK Bus business – the most significant change being the merger of Midlands and Shires to form one operating […]
The 600th Volvo manufactured hybrid bus for the UK and Ireland has been registered by London Bus operator Metroline Travel, as part of a larger order of 34 B5LH double-decker vehicles. The vehicles are specified […]
Articulated Wrightbus Streetcar-bodied Volvo B7LA buses operating in Swansea are to be scrapped after First Cymru said the ftrMetro is too expensive to run, the BBC has reported.
Bracknell, Hereford and Newcastle-under-Lyme set to close First Bus has announced plans to close three of its smaller depots – Newcastle-under-Lyme, Hereford and Bracknell later this year.
Bus use in Wales has reached an all-time low, the Western Mail has reported. The Welsh Government said there were 107 million passenger journeys in 2013-14 – the lowest since figures were first collated in […]
Go-Ahead Group’s bus business saw revenue and passenger journey growth continue to slow into the fourth quarter, with ongoing economic weakness in the north east affecting operations, while roadworks in Oxford and Brighton significantly impacting […]
More double deck eco vehicles to arrive this summer 20 new low emission hybrid buses will join the Lothian Buses fleet this summer, the operator has announced.
New technology that is designed to reduce speeds and increase vehicle safety will be trialled on London’s buses next month, ITSInternational reported.
First Bus has announced that trials of a new driver training programme have been successful and the programme is set to be rolled out across its UK operations.
Bus patronage has increased by over 10% year-on-year following the introduction of Sapphire 110 which runs between Tamworth, Sutton Coldfield, Erdington and Birmingham – and now to be followed by roadside real-time signs and smart […]