Weavaway Travel Group investment continues

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A new livery and logo is set to underline the investment being made in Oxfordshire-based Weavaway Travel Group fleet

Oxfordshire-based Weavaway Travel Group continues to invest in its fleet with the latest deliveries hitting the road last week.

One of the new ADL Enviro200s is seen operating a Tesco Abingdon free bus service during its first week on the road last week. RICHARD SHARMAN

Three brand new Alexander Dennis Enviro200s with 41-seats feature three-point seatbelts and are also fitted with a digital tachograph. The new vehicles will be used on school contracts and Tesco free bus services to their Abingdon and Didcot stores Monday to Friday. Additionally they can used on rail replacement services.

This investment follows on from the addition of no fewer than 12 new coaches this year. Six DDA compliant Irizar i6S 59-seat integral coaches and six Temsa MD9 integral midicoaches with 34 seats, both models also having a toilet specified.

A smart new silver and dark blue livery with updated fleet name and logo is applied to the new fleet, replacing the previous well known gloss black livery. With 15 new vehicles already sporting the new livery and three Caetano Levantes repainted, it is already becoming a common sight on the roads of Oxfordshire and beyond.