Rochford, Essex-based Blueline Travel Ltd has had its license revoked by the Deputy Traffic Commissioner, Miles Dorrington. The company ran a coach brokerage service, having only two vehicles on its O-license. According to its website, […]
For a driver and courier, the coach is their workplace. But is it a workplace fit for purpose? Coach tourism specialist Stuart Render looks at the issue and questions whether manufacturers should be doing more […]
The Gloucestershire Vintage & Country Extravaganza at South Cerney Airfield attracted a vast number of historic vehicles between 3 and 5 August.
Angela Youngman explores the quiet, heritage city of Litchfield, admiring The Cathedral of St Chad and St Mary, the Erasmus Darwin museum and the Samuel Johnson museum Lichfield describes itself as ‘a hidden treasure in […]
Worksop-based Johnson Bros Tours have just taken delivery of the first MAN Neoplan Tourliner P10 13.1m to be delivered in the UK, which is named ‘Lady Beverley.’ The vehicle offers 57 Kiel 1020 passenger seats, […]
First Travel Solutions (FTS) will play their part in the upcoming Glasgow 2018 European Championships, transporting athletes and officials across Scotland for the exciting, multi-sport event. The Championships will be held between 2 – 12 […]
From 28 June, Cheltenham Borough Council introduced an eighteen month trial to reduce the amount of traffic travelling through the town, to cut pollution and make the town more pedestrian friendly. The initial introduction saw […]
The Department for Transport (DfT) has set out its Inclusive Transport Strategy, which aims to improve accessibility across all types of travel for those with both visible and less visible disabilities. Measures announced include: • […]