The Mellor Orion has long been popular among community transport groups, and now the Orion E variant has arrived – offering a zero-emission option. Richard Sharman visited the very first operator of the Orion E, […]
The very first fully-electric coach in the UK has arrived, the Yutong TCe12. Richard Sharman visited Pelican Bus and Coach to go over this important new coach with a fine-tooth comb and put it through […]
Treka Bus has long been associated with the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter-based Mobility+ product, which has recently evolved with the restyle of the Sprinter. But out of the depths of the Brighouse factory has arisen a new […]
The all-new Volvo 9900 integral attracted significant attention when it appeared at Euro Bus Expo in October last year. Clearly proud of the latest member of its ‘family,’ Volvo is positioning the 9900 as a […]
In the first of a series of articles for the CBW website, Peter Jackson digs out past issues of the magazine to revisit some classic vehicles.
Sitting squarely in the mid-market, the Beulas Cygnus has become a firm favourite with many operators. The attractive combination of a bespoke specification and the reliability of its DAF engine is prompting operators to take […]
The Enviro400CBG City is the first Euro VI biogas-fuelled double-decker bus in the world, and has been developed jointly between Scania and Alexander Dennis. Richard Sharman takes a closer look at the technology and how […]
With a career in coaching stretching back to 1964, Roger Bull has been there, done that, and got the proverbial T-shirt. But when the opportunity arose to acquire a 1969 AEC Reliance coach, he found […]