Vendigital’s Phil Bulman considers the implications of the Governments new bus strategy In March, the UK Government announced a £3bn strategy to make buses cheaper, more frequent and easier to use, while creating jobs within […]
Newcastle International Airport has introduced the first Yutong electric airside bus as part of its net zero plans, reports Jonathan Welch When we want to stick something, we turn to Sellotape. When it comes to […]
A firm that manufactured bodywork for thousands of buses is set to close after more than 150 years. Brush Traction and its legendary Loughborough, Leicestershire factory is set to go by the end of the […]
A socially-distanced cavalcade of historic buses marking 100 years since Chas H Roe started building bodies in its legendary Leeds factory is set for 22 May. The parade is scheduled to start in Hunslet, home […]
Another book on legendary Scottish operator Walter Alexander has been published by prolific transport author Henry Conn following the discovery of 5,000 previously-unpublished photographic negatives.
UTAC CERAM Millbrook recently unveiled the successor to its Variable Temperature Emissions Chamber (VTEC). VTEC 2 is so much more than that, though, as Peter Jackson found out Millbrook is a name synonymous with vehicle […]
Jonathan Welch reports on a German company which is re-powering mid-life diesel buses with electric drivelines Electric buses have moved from being a novelty to being almost the norm over the last decade. The technology […]
Nick Larkin reports on events to mark the closure of Britain’s penultimate trolleybus system An official commemoration marking 50 years since the end of Britain’s second-last trolleybus system has sadly not been able to take […]