The Westminster government has confirmed it has no plans to make the fitment of Audio-Visual (AV) a mandatory requirement on all new buses.
Oxford Bus Company’s 17-strong fleet of Park and Ride buses has been fitted with an AllSee Technologies Audio-Visual system.
Brighton & Hove has launched a new mobile ticketing system powered by Corethree’s award-winning Core Engine integration platform.
Charity’s survey highlights difficulties faced by the visually impaired A survey by Guide Dogs for the Blind between April and August 2011 has found nearly nine out of ten passengers (87%) with sight loss who […]
Shadow transport secretary Maria Eagle recently visited Birmingham’s £15m coach station. Eagle caught the 37 bus route, with Peter Coates, MD of National Express Bus, from Corporation Street to Birmingham Coach Station – a journey […]
First operator to introduce audio announcements in Coventry and Warwickshire Travel de Courcey has become the first operator in Coventry and Warwickshire to introduce on-bus audio announcements to help blind and partially sighted passengers. The […]
Scottish Conservative leader backs Guide Dogs campaign Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson is calling for the Talking Bus initiative to be brought to Scotland. The system involves audible on-board announcements stating the current stop, next stop […]
Guide Dogs UK has released a leaflet which provides useful information to bus drivers when dealing with blind customers. The charity is currently running a ‘Talking Buses’ campaign which is aiming to have AV (Audio […]