Epsom Coaches has seen a large increase in single passengers aged 65+ in the past five years.
After Epsom Coaches raised money for the Epsom & Ewell Community Fund in 2015, the first grants from the charity have now been made.
Over 60 children of Epsom Coaches staff, ranging from age three months to 15 years joined a Christmas party held in the Epsom Departure Lounge and organised by the Epsom Staff Association.
Following an external audit required for membership of the Guild of British Coach operators which examines all aspects of operation, Epsom Coaches was pleased to announce it had scored 100%.
Epsom Coaches Group has joined ROSCO which the firm said fully endorses its remit to improve.
Quality Line, the bus division of Epsom Coaches, is operating the first Mercedes-Benz Citaro K in the UK.
Epsom Coaches’ MD Steve Whiteway has visited Neu Ulm to personally inspect two new Setra coaches due to be delivered in late August to supplement the Epsom fleet. With EvoBus withdrawing the marque from the […]
Epsom Coaches driver Trevor Duff was recently presented with a commemorative plaque by Barry Le Jeune, Chairman of ‘The London Transport Museum Friends’ on completing their recent Trams and Canals tour in Yorkshire. This was […]
In what Epsom Coach Group has described as a ‘unique arrangement’, the RATP Groupowned operator has teamed up with EvoBus to stock parts for the firm’s increasing Mercedes- Benz and Setra fleet. Parts will be […]