Sanity after all

Having delved into recently published Bus Services Act guidance documents, our bus industry insider has come away pleasantly surprised and has the overall impression that they’ve been well thought Iheard on the news as I […]


Suited & belted

Based on his experiences of driving and riding it, Gareth Evans offers his thoughts on MCV’s new Volvo B8RLE-based eVoRa single-deck bus It is often said that ‘beauty is in the eye of the beholder’ […]


A deity evolves

The long-established MCV eVolution has evolved. Its replacement on the Euro 6 Volvo B8RLE is eVoRa and Andy Izatt outlines what the new combination has to offer MCV has unveiled eVoRa, its new upgraded and […]


Doing the job right

Stuart Ulph, proprietor of Rotherham-based Brecks International, has always set the highest standards for every aspect of his operation. After more than half a century in business, he’s ready to retire and he shares some […]


Small wonders

Minibus builders are making big strides says John Lewis Build a minibus and you are engaged in a constant battle to keep the un-laden weight down. The more it rises, the fewer the passengers you […]

Bus News

First Luxembourg electric Citeas

VDL delivers inaugural electric Citeas for one of Europe’s smallest countries LUXEMBOURG The first seven Citeas Electrics for Luxembourg have been put into service by Voyages Emile Weber. They represent VDL’s first order for e-buses […]

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Coach News

Obituary: Bert Morton

Former Smith Imperial coach driver George Morton, better known as Bert Morton has passed away. Bert gained his PSV driving licence at the age of 21 and went on to drive for Smiths Imperial Coaches […]