Coach News

Cyclists curse coaches

CBW’s coach driver columnist, Drive, who works for a South of England operator and is a frequent visitor to the capital, shares his frustrations about driving in London and also sheds some light on the […]

Bus News

Never say Never

John G. Lidstone considers bus longevity with a striking example from Bristol Generations ago, bus chassis had much in common with trucks, with shared rugged and basic engineering that basically enabled the vehicle to meet […]


Blending for the Future

Richard Simpson explains how lubricant developments are advancing in parallel with engine technology The standardisation of Euro 6 emissions control measures to include SCR and PM filtration, plus, for the majority of engine manufacturers, at […]

Bus News

Attention to detail

Despite difficult trading conditions, the different elements of Guildford-based Safeguard Coaches continue to prosper as Managing Director Andrew Halliday outlined to Andy Izatt Safeguard Coaches of Guildford in Surrey is a rare type of operator, […]

Bus News

Solaris trolleybuses for Essingen

GERMANY Esslingen Municipal Transportation Authority (SVE) has presented its four new Solaris battery trolleybuses with In-Motion-Charging (IMC) from Vossloh Kiepe to an international trade audience and representatives of the media. These articulated trolleybuses are equipped […]

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Birmingham Airline service to be cut

Go-Ahead-owned Oxford Bus Company (OBC) is ending its Airline express coach service between Oxford and Birmingham Airport after eight months. The service covers Oxford, Warwick and Warwick University, Birmingham International Airport and Resorts World. The […]