The competition authority’s detailed letter aims to encourage new bus partnerships and remove the barrier of ‘perceived threat of CMA action’ The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has published an open letter to local transport […]
Stacey’s Coaches of Carlisle has ceased operations after more than two decades in business because of the damage caused by the Storm Desmond floods in December last year.
A break-in at Sittingbourne-based Chalkwell’s parking facility has resulted in several thousand pounds worth of damage being caused to vehicles.
Transdev subsidiary launches more refurbished former route 36 Geminis Lancashire United, part of Transdev Blazefield, has launched a new bus service called Red Express in Accrington.
The first fully-electric bus to be used for a local bus service in Scotland recently celebrated 100,000 miles in service.
Go-Ahead subsidiary Oxford Bus Company has recently installed two self-service ITSO top-up vending machines at its travel shop, allowing passengers to top-up their Key smartcards, CILT reported.
York City Council is expected to reduce bus subsidies by £350,000 over the next two years and details of services likely to be effected are surfacing, according to The York Press.
Two seaside towns handed the accolades from the CPT at the British Tourism & Travel Trade Show Bournemouth and Blackpool are the latest towns to receive the CPT’s ‘Coach Friendly’ Towns, Cities & Villages status.
A senior Bristol City Councillor has warned that the city risks losing tourism and jobs in the retail industry because of a failure to identify and develop coach-parking, according to a report in the Bristol […]