Saturday, 15 September saw Metroline open the doors of its Pemberton Gardens, Holloway garage to the public and Kris Lake went along to see what was on show. Metroline says that the objective of the […]
The Urban Transport Group has warned that further devolution of rail services, greater funding for buses and reform of taxi and private hire vehicle legislation are just three parts of a new deal on funding […]
A memorial honouring the 13 victims of the 7/7 London bombings has been unveiled. The memorial honours the 13 victims who died when the number 30 bus was targeted, and recognises the effort of the […]
James Day reports from the CENEX Low Carbon Vehicle Event 2018, where a variety of low carbon bus options were on display
Goodwood Revival once again yields a rich crop of heritage buses and coaches, as Nick Larkin reports
Britain’s biggest bus rally and industry showcase, Showbus, is set to move from its Donington Park venue after this year.
A 1939 Leyland Lion still owned by the family which operated the vehicle is set to be restored in time for its 80th birthday.
BYD has confirmed an order for the first all-electric buses for Jerusalem, the capital city of Israel.
Sale of Polish manufacturer Solaris has completed, and it’s now part of CAF Group