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Latest news written with authority

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20MPH SPEED LIMITS AND ILLEGAL E-BIKES “RISK PASSENGER SAFETY”

Managers and trade unions have raised concerns about the risk...

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RUBY RACES INTO KIDS’ IMAGINATION

LTHT Emily Whitlam, of the Leicester Transport Heritage Trust,...

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HAMBURG’S MOIA

AIMS TO BEAT THE RIDE-POOLING JINX Ride-pooling services have...

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BUSES READERS CELEBRATE  75TH  ANNIVERSARY

YOU WRITE These are letters pages and the views expressed...

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RALLY CALENDAR UPDATE

Are you planning events in 2024/25? We are gathering information...

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THE MAGNIFICENT TEN?

We profile ten of the most significant buses and coaches of the...

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NO EASY OPTIONS FOR TFL FINANCES AS AUTUMN STATEMENT FAILS TO DELIVER FUNDING

Despite lobbying from business groups and others the Chancellor...

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WN V-Tech enters administration

Whippet Mellor Sigma 12 (MX23 LRV), the largest of five length...

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CROSSLEY IN READING

IAIN MACGREGOR Crossley was one of the manufacturers meeting...

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SANDTOFT SALUTES DONCASTER DEWIRING

TREVOR HALL The Trolleybus Museum at Sandtoft marked the 60th...

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TEN BUS CLASSES THAT MADE LONDON MORE INTERESTING

Title: London’s Post-War bought the RFWs Smaller Classes Author:...

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SHORT TERM CONTRACT FOR SURRENDERED ROUTES

MARK LYONS

LOOK IN ON LONDON Metroline will take over operation...

MARK LYONS
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OPEN YOUR EYES FOR THOSE MATCHING ENDS

ALLAN MACFARLANE My item in November Tales about the random three-letter...

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CELEBRATING SUCCESSES

JAMES DAY reports from one of the event’s most well attended ceremonies, where Go South Coast took the crown of UK Bus Operator of the Year

The UK Bus Awards is an opportunity for the bus industry to shout...

JAMES DAY reports from one of the event’s most well attended ceremonies, where Go South Coast took the crown of UK Bus Operator of the Year
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HULLEYS’ HERITAGE

PAST & PRESENT A rare acquisition of one medium-sized independent...

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KMB MARKS DOUBLE-DECK ANNIVERSARY

JOSEPH KK LEE

JOSEPH KK LEE With the 75th anniversary of the first double-deckers...

JOSEPH KK LEE
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EDUCATE & EXPLAIN

This magazine had a simple objective when it was founded in 1949,...

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Buses Magazine January 2024

The full issue in page-turning format

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PASSENGER VOLUMES UP AS BUS MILEAGE FALLS

Transport for London has published its bus usage report for the...

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SLIMMED DOWN SCANIA SETS OUT STALL

Scania’s low-key presence at Busworld came against the background...

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SOUTH MIDLAND TO TUBE

PAST & PRESENT Ownership changes have taken the Oxford-London...

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WEST YORKSHIRE’S LAST NEW RELL AT DALES RUNNING DAY

PRESERVATION UPDATE JOHN YOUNG Another event attracting...

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THE OTHER COUNTY WHERE A1 WAS A SIGN OF QUALITY

Title: Fleet Histories Lanarkshire Part 1: A to Li, Part 2:...

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SHORT TERM CONTRACTS AND A ZERO EMISSION BOOST TO CROYDON

MARK LYONS

Route 250 (Croydon – Brixton) is one of those serving Croydon...

MARK LYONS
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ARE THESE THE RIGHT WORDS?

Dave Symes raises a question of terminology. How do you describe...

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DANCER TAKES TO THE FLOOR AS EBUSCO EXPANDS

Arguably the most eye-catching exhibit this year was the Dancer,...

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ROAD CAR VYKING UNDER SANDTOFT’S WIRES

DAVID MITCHELL The Trolleybus Museum at Sandtoft has restored...

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FLEETNEWS

PAUL SAVAGE & IAN MOLLOY

IRELAND Where to send your reports ›››› Send...

PAUL SAVAGE & IAN MOLLOY
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OVER THREE MILLION EVADE FARES ON BUSES

A response to a Freedom of Information Act enquiry has revealed...

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BUSWORLD BACK IN BRUSSELS

Zero-emission coaches and hydrogen fuel-cell propulsion were...