The last remaining Lothian Buses-liveried ‘Harlequin’ buses, eight Plaxton President-bodied Dennis Tridents, were operating together on service 14 (Greendykes – Muirhouse) on Saturday, January 30. The design, which was introduced in 1999 initially to represent that the bus was low-floor, easy access, started to be phased out with the introduction of the new ‘madder and white’ livery in 2010. The buses will be repainted over the next two months, but one is to be preserved in Harlequin colours. KEITH McGILLIVRAY
First Hampshire and Dorset with Hampshire County Council was the winning entry in the Transport Policy, Planning and Information category of the 2012 Annual Awards for Excellence from The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport […]
Lothian Buses has released its annual reports and accounts for 2012.
The results from Lothian Buses’ independently conducted annual passenger satisfaction survey show improved customer satisfaction levels. Conducted by transport consultants SKM Colin Buchanan, the results of over 2,000 telephone interviews in autumn 2011 confirm an […]