Four decades of innovation

While Eminox is keen to celebrate its history, the emphasis remains on harnessing the latest technology to help take this global-reach emissions reduction business forward as the senior management team outlined at the firm’s Lincolnshire […]


In the blood

Dan Rayner, Operations Manager at Xelabus, spoke to Angela Youngman about his career in the bus industry – and why he’s here to stay Buses are very much part of Dan Rayner’s DNA, so it […]


A bridge too far?

Our coaching insider wonders how the scrapping of Severn crossing tolls might benefit coach tourism The tolls for the Severn crossing are to be abolished by December 31, 2018. This stands to increase the volume […]


Tiger valued by Delaine

Delaine Buses’ last Leyland joined four others in Lincolnshire operator’s own heritage museum as Nick Larkin reports A 1987 Leyland Tiger with several claims to history is one of five buses preserved by Delaine Buses […]


OK Tiger restored

A 1981 Plaxton-bodied Leyland Tiger new to OK Motor Services is finally back in PCV service with a reincarnation of the original operator. Established in 1912, OK ran a major network of services in the […]


Rural disconnection

Claire Walters, CEO of Bus Users UK argues that it’s time for a re-think when it comes to Community Transport operators; a failure to do so could leave rural communities stranded As austerity cuts deepen, […]


Drawing a new Line

James Day visits PHVC to take a closer look at one of its factory-built Iveco Daily Line minibuses At the end of April this year, Fareham-based minibus supplier PHVC confirmed it was ordering a stock […]