York’s Park & Ride services have been opened for tender bids for 2017, the York Press reported.
York City Council is expected to reduce bus subsidies by £350,000 over the next two years and details of services likely to be effected are surfacing, according to The York Press.
East Yorkshire Motor Services (EYMS) has announced that free WiFi is now available on the majority of its buses running on services between Hull city centre, Hull University and Cottingham, and on the main X46 […]
First and the City of York Council have celebrated 20 years of Park & Ride services in the city.
80% of York’s buses could be electric due to them operating within urban areas Measures to continue to improve York’s air quality over the next six years are being proposed through the development of York’s […]
£22.7m project means York now has largest Park & Ride network in the UK City of York Council, and contractors Balfour Beatty, have announced the outer ring road works on the A59, which formed part […]
Optare Versa EVs enter service following the securing of Green Bus Fund support
The National Railway Museum (NRM) in York displays a collection of over 100 locomotives and nearly 200 other items of rolling stock. A plethora of items and records of social, technical, artistic and historical interest […]
York St John University has withdrawn its offer to buy Union Terrace coach and car park from City of York Council, although doubts still remain over the council’s future plans for the site. The on-going […]
Campaign forces council to shelve plans to sell coach park to university The sale of York’s popular Union Terrace coach park has been postponed after the emergence of a report suggesting there were unsuitable alternatives […]