Deputy Traffic Commissioner for the Eastern Traffic Area, Miles Dorrington, has taken action against the licences of three Harlow-based operators.
Operator’s appeal against O-licence revocation fails Devon-based coach firm, Carmel Coaches, will stop trading on November 14 after losing an appeal to keep its O-licence. The company has been operating in Exeter since the 1970s.
Fees charged by the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) for annual vehicle testing and operator licensing are changing from October 1.
Licence is suspended following two sinkings, with a warning recorded against the former Transport Manager’s licence The company behind the Yellow Duckmarine tour buses, which sank twice in Liverpool earlier this year, has had its […]
Norwich-based coach company Peoplemovers (East Anglia) Ltd has lost its O-licence after being convicted of serious infringements.
Operator also found to have poor maintenance record and sees O-licence cut from nine to three vehicles A Soham coach operator has been penalised after one of its employees used a vehicle on a school […]
Operator fast-tracked to Public Inquiry has O-licence revoked on the same day & Transport Manager disqualified Cotmanhay-based coach operator Lavender Line Travel has had its O-licence revoked from midnight on February 7 by Traffic Commissioner […]
TC Nick Denton orders Director to attend PSV O-licence awareness course and says repute is severely damaged but not ultimately lost Olympic (South) Ltd, operating as Healthcare and Transport Services, had its maximum number of […]
Firm and drivers called to appear before TC for Drivers’ Hours infringements maintenance Vision Travel International has been told to surrender its O-licence following a Public Inquiry (PI).
O-licence increase granted but inconsistencies found in record keeping for driver travelling time. Linburg Touring has been issued with a formal warning by the Traffic Commissioner (TC) for the North East of England.