Revised fees for annual PCV and HGV testing and operator licensing will come into effect on April 1. For the third year running, VOSA is not applying any general increase to most statutory fees.
CPT Scotland has asked the Scottish Government to reconcile the sizeable reduction on BSOG for urban operators and its claim that a 1% fares increase would suffice, which it describes as “irresponsible”, and is awaiting […]
MAN Truck & Bus UK has planned its annual open days event for the weekend of March 3 and 4 at its Manchester facility.
Volvo Bus has launched a check-up service called TechTool to ensure operators’ vehicles remain healthy and is offering a 50% discount. The health check is carried out by a master technician at Volvo’s dealerships, but […]
“MAN really does seem to have cracked it,” says James Freeman, CEO of Reading Buses Reading Transport has said its CNG-powered MAN EcoCity demonstrator is a “perfectly feasible” option on its urbanintensive Reading Buses operation, […]
Aberdeen city councillors have unanimously agreed to support a multi-million pound European project to introduce hydrogen buses to the area. The council expects the Strategic European Hydrogen Transport Projects will stimulate further innovative hydrogen technology […]
A commission chaired by Labour MP David Miliband has claimed bus fares need to be reduced for youths in rural areas in order to tackle unemployment. The Commission on Youth Unemployment is urging the government […]
Municipally-owned operator Network Warrington has launched its new range of smartcards called Touch&Go! The new plastic cards have an in-built chip, meaning that on boarding the bus, customers just touch the target on the ticket […]
Coventry is fourth local authority in West Midlands to be awarded the status Coventry was awarded Coach Friendly Status by the CPT at its West Midlands region’s annual dinner and awards ceremony on Friday (February […]