Potentially, up to 25 hydrogen buses will be roaming the streets of Liverpool thanks to the project Following a successful £6.4m bid to the Government’s Office for Low Emission Vehicles, the Liverpool City Region is […]
A proposed ‘Future Mobility’ programme going before the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) on 22 March , could see drivers in the West Midlands paid ‘credits’ to swap their own personal vehicles in a bid […]
Chris Laughton, Engineering Director of Taw and Torridge Coaches, passed away at North Devon Hospice on Friday 8 March 2019 after a battle with cancer. Chris started working for Taw and Torridge Coaches on 11 […]
On Friday 22 March the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) board approved £16m in funding for a regional control centre and £12m for road and traffic signal improvement projects focused on congestion hotspots. A Regional […]
Nottingham Community Transport, which trades as CT4N, and Midland Transport Training have joined forces to launch the UK’s first electric bus-specific training course. Designed to inform operators on all aspects of the vehicles’ use, the […]
At the launch event, attendees discussed a range of issues, including ticketing and affordability and the extension of half-fare travel to all under 19s in the area Almost three million people are commuting to work […]
Plans for the first Sprint rapid bus routes in the West Midlands have been updated by regional transport bosses after thousands engaged with the public consultation. The proposed changes come as part of the commitment […]
Intelligent Transport System (ITS) will be introduced for the first time on routes in South Liverpool to improve bus punctuality and reliability. The system alters signal timings to prioritise buses that are running late, and […]
Bus driver Bob Uzzell, aged 61, recently pulled a woman to safety from a freezing canal, when he was driving passengers on the 66S route through Stroud on the morning of Wednesday 6 March.
A double-decker bus named ‘Ozzie’ in a public poll has been transformed into a charity shop on wheels after a donation from Go North East.