Bristol-based Abus has been operating in the city since 1991, but as we move into 2020 operating conditions are changing, leading to operations being scaled back. Richard Sharman visited Bristol to talk to the man […]
Arriva has painted one of its buses in the livery of its predecessor, Southend Transport to promote the Essex town and encourage more people to use public transport, reports Nick Larkin Arriva’s GN07AVC, a 2007 […]
Celebrations marking the 100th anniversary of Wallasey Corporation motorbuses are taking place on Easter Sunday. They will include a recreation of the first service, between Seacombe and Harrison Drive, and a display of buses on […]
Every year, hundreds of coach tours visit Blackpool, for staples such as the illuminations and of course the promenade tramway. Now, Blackpool’s heritage tram operation is expanding – including the opportunity to drive one. Classic […]
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 […]
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.