The funding, which is aimed at smaller bus operators, is launched alongside a wider bus accessibility campaign
Passengers on First Bristol’s 48a service were disappointed when their bus was delayed earlier this month as a result of congestion, but were soon cheered up by a surprise harmonica performance onboard.
A stray dog who boarded a First bus on her own earlier this month is still looking for a home, after being placed in a nearby kennel.
In-keeping with the gastronomic delights sampled by Richard Walter in Edinburgh elsewhere in this issue, Bustronome Voyage Gourmand operates specially fitted out Ayats Bravo LJ19GNF, a luxury bus restaurant in London. The vehicle offers 38 […]
Recruitment will commence over the next few weeks Bamford Bus Company Limited has agreed to buy the Wrightbus business and assets, administrator Deloitte has confirmed. Bamford Bus Company has agreed to purchase the business and […]
The Express and Star newspaper has reported that a second fire occurred at Diamond Bus’ premises in Tivdale, West Midlands, in the early hours of Tuesday 22 October, which has left at least seven more […]
Souter Investments has issued its fourth triennial Investment Review covering the period from the formation of Souter Investments in December 2006 to March 2019. It has been a busy period since Souter Investments released its […]
Similar plates are used in Norway, Canada and China Clean cars, vans and taxis could be equipped with green number plates under new plans to promote awareness of ultra-low emission vehicles. The special plates, which […]
The Campaign for Better Transport’s report on the future of bus funding has been released, which states that annual bus funding is £400m lower than it was a decade ago. The charity works across England […]