New voice for coaches

Shortly before Christmas, the RHA announced details of its forthcoming new membership option for coach operators. Jonathan Welch looks at what the RHA intends to offer the industry There has been some degree of dissent […]



Witchever way you look, new buses will be zapping about on Transdev routes in Lancashire and Yorkshire from this week. Jonathan Welch takes a closer look at the new buses for CityZap and Witchway On […]


On the road again

Now express coach services have restarted in England and Wales, Richard Sharman investigates whether the demand is still there and how these operations have restarted As we are the midst of what has been coined […]


Running at Cheltenham

The Cheltenham Gold Cup is a big draw for the horse racing community, attracting thousands of visitors across the week. Richard Sharman speaks to the man charged with organising the shuttle services each year to […]


Coping with COVID-19

Peter Jackson reports on Backhouse Jones’ latest legal webinar, this time focusing on the coronavirus outbreak At this point, there’s no doubt that COVID-19 – more commonly referred to as ‘coronavirus’ – is going to […]


Greener Reds

Three BYD ADL Enviro200EV all-electric buses have gone into service with Salisbury Reds on the Wiltshire city’s Park & Ride services. Andy Izatt went along to the launch Go South Coast’s Salisbury Reds has introduced […]


A united industry

The UK coach and bus industry gathered for the Confederation of Passenger Transport Annual Dinner, joined by the Government’s Buses Minister. James Day reports With 42 tables filled with diners from every corner of the […]


Continuing to Excel

First Eastern Counties has relaunched its long-distance Excel route between Norwich and Peterborough, utilising a fleet of the first ADL Enviro400 City-bodied Scanias with diesel drives. James Day reports On Wednesday, 29 January 2020, the […]