Keith Hammond of Ferryhill Village Travel has damaged his good repute after failing to pay a debt to the public purse for nearly four years, North East Traffic Commissioner Kevin Rooney has ruled.
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 […]
Cap of 28 vehicles put in place until TC is happy improvements are being sustained over time Buzzlines Travel has been prevented from expanding after Traffic Commissioner for London and the South East Nick Denton […]
The Traffic Commissioner for the West of England, Sarah Bell, has made an order to temporarily reduce the O-licence authorisation of Bakers Dolphin Coach Travel by 10 vehicles.
Vehicles without an MOT were used to transport school children David Roots, trading as Orange Coach Travel of Woking, had his O-licence terminated at the end of March. He was called before London and the […]
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 […]
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).
Memorandum of Understanding signed so the TC will receive written notifications at the time of offence Police in Scotland and Traffic Commissioner (TC) Joan Aitken have joined forces to clamp down on the use of […]
Grantham-based Abacus Coaches has been told it will not face sanctions against its O-licence, after an Eastern Deputy Traffic Commissioner (DTC) acknowledged improvements owner David Thomas Cooke made to his maintenance facilities.
Keith Waterworth, the former Traffic Commissioner (TC) for the North East and North West of England, passed away in his sleep on Tuesday September 11, 2012.