The Sands Coach Park will close on 12 August 2019, Durham Council has announced. A temporary 12-space facility will be available at the Belmont Park and Ride facility on the A690, located just off the […]
Phil Tonks discusses the short-lived National Express West Midlands X7 service, and the risks of innovation
In the hunt for its 25th national championship, PSV will have a brand new team coach to transport the Eindhoveners to their matches starting with the 2019/2020 season. The 13.9m-long Futura has been presented to […]
Plans have been announced to turn a former Arriva depot at Bishop Auckland into a transport museum, reports Nick Larkin
The Abu Dhabi Department of Transport has ordered 168 premium intercity coaches from Volvo Buses and Famco Al Futtaim Auto & Machinery Co (Famco) through the city’s operators. The chassis order is the largest to […]
Miejskie Zakłady Autobusowe w Warszawie (MZA) in Warsaw is acquiring 130 electric Solaris artics at a cost of nearly PLN400m. They will be delivered to the capital of Poland in 2020. Solaris says this is […]
Legendary North East Bus operator Economic is being remembered with a special event in its home village this Saturday (10 August).
Bus driver Jamie Vendy now has some interesting ‘souvenirs’ from his childhood holidays in East Anglia – three former Eastern Counties vehicles!
First Leicester hosted a display of preserved vehicles at its Abbey Lane depot for the Leicester Bus Running Day.
Paul Comfort, host of the Transit Unplugged podcast and former CEO of Maryland Transit Administration (MTA) in Baltimore, recently visited the UK to interview transport leaders for his podcast.