James Day reports from the 2020 Coachmarque Conference, where speakers discussed the way forward for the industry The solidly-attended Coachmarque Conference for 2020 provided much food for thought for the industry, as well as the […]
Northern Ireland-based Hannon Coach operates a daily service between Belfast and Glasgow. Jonathan Welch took a trip to sample the service for himself Hannon Coach has been running a twice daily service between Belfast and […]
NotLost’s pioneering solution to the age-old problem of lost property has taken the interest of some of the UK’s bus operators. Co-Founder and Chairman Alex Horne gave Peter Jackson the full story NotLost is a […]
The chairman of one of the South East’s most respected operators has fulfilled a lifetime’s ambition to own a Bedford OB, reports Nick Larkin Clive Eglinton of Sittingbourne, Kent-based Chalkwell has many happy memories of […]
An operator who admits he ‘got carried away’ collecting classic vehicles has decided to sell some of them. Terry Barker of Barker’s Motors, based at Llan-Y-Pwll, near Wrexham, Clwyd explained: “We are running three vehicles […]
The London Bus Museum is extending a big welcome to operators and their vehicles at three events this year – including a celebration of the 90th anniversary of Green Line.
John Sinclair shares some images from his collection dating back to the 1960s, a period where the Scottish Bus Group’s half-cabs were being structurally converted for One Man Operation (OMO) Whilst it was customary for […]
On Wednesday 8 January, Scottish Citylink unveiled the first of its Plaxton Panorama double deck coaches for route 900. Jonathan Welch attended the launch event There’s an old joke about people in Scotland seeing a […]