Transdev project wins Government backing to create Britain’s first low emission bus town. John Gelson reports
Alan Payling asks whether including more garden visits in coach holiday itineraries to the west country could attract some welcome business, given the popularity of gardening amongst one of the coach holiday trade’s major target […]
David Cutts is Operations Director of Go-Ahead London and has overall responsibility for Go-Ahead Singapore. With a combined fleet of nearly 3,000 buses and approximately 8,500 staff, including the multi-award winning Waterloo electric bus garage […]
A well-known operator of heritage vehicles has identified problems he says are having a major impact on the sector. Retired doctor Chris Dobbing operates immaculate AEC Routemasters at Peterborough, Cambridgeshire-based A1bus.co.uk. Several factors were having […]
Two recently acquired heritage vehicles are bringing in new business from different sectors of the industry for a Northamptonshire operator. Rushden-based Diamond Coaches has acquired 1998 Northern Counties-bodied Volvo Olympian open topper R738XRV and just […]
Nick Larkin has been talking to Jurassic Mule proprietor Derek Gawn about what’s happening with his operation this summer and his plans going forward Classic buses will once again be operating the summer Jurassic […]
Another substantial order for electric buses secured by Dutch manufacturer
On the Iveco stand, which will be a low emission area at IAA Commercial Vehicles, will be a 12m Heuliez GX Series electric designed for use on BRT (Bus Rapid Transit) systems.
MPK Cracow (Kraków) has introduced 38 Euro VI Solaris Urbino 18 artics on routes 105, 164, 179 and 184 in the city.