David Love offers a step-by-step guide to building a 1:76 scale Plaxton Cheetah XL
Since 2010, National Express has been working alongside Transaid and its partners to deliver essential, life-saving work in sub-Saharan Africa. Employees from National Express first began delivering professional driver training as part of Transaid’s programmes […]
A popular heritage vehicle in the Spratts Coaches fleet was WL0685, a 1959 Bedford SB3 with Duple bodywork which had been new to Currie of Bexleyheath, Kent.
A longstanding Norfolk operator is due to cease trading at the end of 2018 – the owners citing difficulty in recruiting drivers as one of the main factors in the decision.
Christmas markets are a staple of most coach operators’ festive day trip programmes. Whilst passengers are likely to have an enjoyable day, what’s it like for the driver, and can high coach parking charges be […]
Speakers from a variety of backgrounds gave presentations at this year’s CPT Coaching Conference to help prepare coach operators for what lies ahead. James Day reports Hosted by EvoBus UK in Coventry, the CPT held […]
Andy Izatt reviews three recently published, but very different books that could all make ideal last minute Christmas presents Guy Motors Buses and Coaches
At the start of December, transport journalists from across Europe were invited by Daimler Buses to Mannheim for the Mercedes-Benz Driving Experience, an opportunity to get behind the wheel of the new Mercedes-Benz eCitaro, the […]
Routemaster reminiscing Reading through CBW1366 I was interested in the photo article on Routemasters after life in London, and particularly the picture of XMD81A (RM429) (orig. WLT429). Prior to Capital Citybus ownership, it ran between […]
Our insider is not optimistic about what the New Year holds for many in the coach industry