23 new Enviro 200 single deckers have been introduced to Hastings’ Arrows services, five months earlier than anticipated due to the Stagecoach’s role in the Olympic and Paralympic Games. They were launched by Phil Medlicott, […]
National Express West Midlands (NXWM) is funding a scheme to introduce more full-time police officers to patrol services and clamp down on antisocial behaviour.
Bus lanes in Sheffield could be made available to motorists with passengers and delivery drivers as part of a trial scheme. Sheffield Council has received £80,000 of local transport funding to investigate the feasibility of […]
Warneford to work alongside new Managing Director Robert Montgomery for a year Les Warneford, Managing Director of Stagecoach UK Bus, is to retire next year.
Coach & Bus Week’s Editor Gareth Evans sets the scene for an in-depth look at Go-Ahead Group which begins a series of similar articles encompassing all the major bus groups We’re breaking new ground here at Coach […]
Nexus’ plan to introduce Quality Contracts (QCs) to the North East has been met with more resistance during talks between bus operators, Nexus and councillors on the Tyne and Wear ITA. The controversial QCs proposed […]
Grants awarded to Henderson’s Travel, National Express Dundee, Lothian Buses, MacEwan’s Coach Services and Deveron Coaches Ltd. Scottish Transport minister Keith Brown announced the successful bidders from the second round of the Scottish Government’s Green […]
Stagecoach East Midland’ s InterConnect 6 service between Skegness, Horncastle and Lincoln has been upgraded with five new ADL Enviro400-bodied Scanias in a £700,000 investment. The buses, which feature leather seats and Euro 5 engines, […]
Bus Vannin, the Isle of Man’s municipal operator, has placed an order for Mercedes-Benz Citaros for the second consecutive year. Ian Longworth, director of public transport at Isle of Man government, said: “The Citaro offers […]