The Government has outlined its plans for the final phase of Covid-19 support funding for the bus industry, which will run until April 2022 Bus operators across the country will benefit from £226.5 million in […]
Two newly-restored 1950s Bedford OB coaches should soon be earning their keep on revenue-earning service in Cambridgeshire.
Nick Larkin looks at a new book which compiles interesting and diverse stories about London’s buses to raise funds for the LBM
June 16 marked three months since the publication of the Government’s highly anticipated National Bus Strategy. John Dowie, Strategy Director at First Bus, discusses how the strategy has impacted on the industry in this short […]
NEW ZEALAND Manufacturers BYD and Alexander Dennis (ADL) have announced that the joint venture’s electric buses in New Zealand have clocked up over 1 million kilometres of zero-emission operation, avoiding more than 1,000 tonnes of […]
SLOVAKIA Arriva has started a new 10-year contract in Trnava to provide public transport services in the western Slovakian city, located 47km north-east of Bratislava. The contract win follows a competitive tender for a contract […]
As heavy rain poured down on most of the West and East of Scotland, McGill’s Greenock Depot open day took place on Saturday 3 July in near perfect weather conditions, reports Richard Walter. Organised to […]