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Arnhem is the only city in the Netherlands that still has trolleybuses, the system having opened on 5 September 1949 and now comprising six routes. Connexxion subsidiary Hermes has helds the concession for Arnhem-Nijmegen using […]


Convenient coaching

Alongside coach operator Marett’s Chariots, Anthony Marett is also the man behind Don’t Travel Empty, a technology suite which has now progressed far beyond a tool to help coach operators find passengers for empty legs. […]


Bus and the Community

After winning Gold in the UK Bus Awards’ coveted ‘Bus in the Community’ category for their Drive On scheme, HCT’s Dai Powell talks to Madaline Dunn about the social enterprise and its award-winning initiative Founded […]

Catering for Coaches

An underrated attraction

Alan Payling has a look at Tiverton Pannier Market, an ideal stop-off for drivers on the way back from the West Country or a potential full-day destination from resorts in east, south and north Devon […]


Moxon memories

An operator is hoping to get a Leyland coach bought new almost half a century ago back on the road. Leyland Leopard FRR194J was bought by Moxon of Oldcotes, Nottinghamshire in April 1971. “It’s been […]

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ADL Guildford open day

Alexander Dennis is holding an open day at its Guildford factory on 11 May – and suitable heritage vehicles are invited. These will be displayed alongside the manufacturer’s own collection. The event also includes factory […]