A well-known operator has decided to sell a newly-restored 1987 Volvo B10M-50 Citybus open-topper as it’s ‘too new’ for his heritage vehicle fleet.
Coaches and buses old and new with local connections are invited to Reading Buses’ Open Day on 30 June.
Manufacturer launches the BYD ADL Enviro400EV at its Scarborough production facility as its senior leadership team recaps 2018 – the most successful year in the company’s history. James Day reports
The latest report highlighted the government’s failure to deliver evidence that it was trying to reverse the decline in bus use. Madaline Dunn reports
Scania’s Milton Keynes base hasn’t just received a makeover – it’s been redesigned and rebuilt from the ground up. Peter Jackson attended the opening of the all-new building
Craig George takes a trip to Pripyat to explore the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone and discover what was left in the wake of the Chernobyl disaster
When it comes to taking care of customers, printed timetables should still be high on operators’ list of priorities says Claire Walters of Bus Users UK
This year’s Fenland BusFest had lots to offer enthusiasts. Nick Larkin reports on some stand-out depot pets and service vehicles
Brothers Mark and Andy Hayball built Beeline of Warminster into a 38-vehicle operation primarily on contract work, a strategy they’ve pursued successfully for several decades as they explain to Andy Izatt