New figures from Transport for London (TfL) show a decade of using DNA spit kits to identify perpetrators of spit attacks on staff has contributed to a reduction in such behaviour by 75%.
If £2 single, £3 return trial is successful a future rollout could be seen across Somerset First introduced an experimental set of bus fares in Taunton on Sunday, July 28.
Consultation runs until November 5, although ITA will consider improved Quality Partnership offer from NEBOA The Tyne and Wear Integrated Transport Authority (ITA) has agreed to move forward with plans to implement a Quality Contract […]
The seven awards covered were presented to staff at Arriva, CT Plus, Stagecoach, Metroline and Go-Ahead, with the TfL Olympic transport team also recognised Outstanding customer service and actions above and beyond the call of […]
Nottingham City Transport (NCT) has reported an 11th successive year of passenger growth. The announcement comes after the DfT revealed bus usage in England (outside London) fell by 2.5% in the year 2012/13.
The Daily Telegraph reported under-16s would be offered free bus travel under plans being drawn up by Nick Clegg to help families. Senior sources within the LibDems reportedly described the Deputy Prime Minister as being […]
Bournemouth-based Yellow Buses has purchased eight 11.5-metre Wrightbus StreetLite Max singledeckers costing £1.1m.
The prospect of a new voluntary bus partnership is to be discussed between the operators and the local authority South Tyneside Council is to meet with representatives from Stagecoach and Go-ahead subsidiary Go North East, […]
Republic of Ireland Minister for Transport Leo Varadkar has unveiled plans for an overhaul of public bus services.
An express bus service running every 20 minutes almost round the clock between Cardiff city centre and Cardiff Airport is due to launch next month.