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Latest news written with authority

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BLUE IS BACK

Nearly 47 years after it disappeared, the individualistic Stratford...

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BUSSES 2018

CALENDER WORLD’S BEST SELLING BUS MAGAZINE SINCE 1949 IN...

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NatEx sells Hotel Hoppa to Rotala

Alexander Dennis Enviro200 8325 (SN08 AAZ) operating a Heathrow...

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Wellington trolleybuses slip into history

PICTURE: MARTIN ISLES The last trolleybuses in New Zealand...

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Dubliners invited to choose design of new city livery

Transport for Ireland is inviting the people of Dublin to choose...

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Pay a visit to our new-look website

The new-look Buses website is now live at www.busesmag.com complete...

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’Worst behind us’ says CEO of SNCF’s loss-making Ouibus

New business figures from French budget express coach operator...

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Isle of Wight Beer & Buses

PRESERVATION UPDATE The Isle of Wight Bus Museum’s Beer &...

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LLOYDS COACHES STILL EXPANDING IN RURAL WALES

MALCOLM FLYNN

MALCOLM FLYNN updates us with nearly seven years of developments...

MALCOLM FLYNN
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Abrupt Nippy Bus closure bites Somerset

Nippybus Optare Solo YJ56 WUL in Taunton. DAVID J. SMITH ...

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No bus ban for Oxford

Thames Travel 252 (HW63 FHD), an Alexander Dennis Enviro400 diverted...

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Council changes cause publicity problems for Brighton & Hove

A late decision by the city council has caused problems for Brighton...

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Wellington confirms plan for first electric double-deckers

In New Zealand, the Greater Wellington Regional Council has confirmed...

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We’re on the road to nowhere

Please send any stories, photos, (digital, prints or slides),...

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REVIEWS

A London book that doesn’t revere the Routemaster By Alan...

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Fourteen vie to be Bus Operator of the Year

Fourteen public and private sector operators have been shortlisted...

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More changes for Stagecoach’s Little & Often

Stagecoach South East’s Little & Often minibus network in Ashford,...

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Exeter bus and coach station remains open

Exeter bus and coach station remains open after the city council...

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Citibus expands its Gibraltar double-decker operations

One of the recently purchased Volvos, with its cabriolet roof...

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VINTAGE FENTON FILE

MIKE FENTON

MIKE FENTON tells the story of a Scottish Aviation body with...

MIKE FENTON
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UK EXPORT DRIVE

ALAN MILLAR

ALAN MILLAR reports from this year’s Busworld exhibition in...

ALAN MILLAR
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Abrupt end for ComfortDelGro’s Stansted Citylink

Mercedes-Benz Tourismo BG65 VXF operating a Stansted Express...

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Mellor’s parent takes over Treka

Woodall Nicholson Holdings, the parent company of minibus manufacturer...

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Trent Barton makes case for BRT to HS2

Trent Barton 120 (YX67 VEV), from a new fleet of Alexander Dennis...

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LET’S DRINK TO THIS

With PHIL STOCKLEY

Surely the time has come to recognise that our customers have...

With PHIL STOCKLEY
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SMALL WORLD

● SINGAPORE’S Land Transport Authority (LTA) has ordered...

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In Fleet News this month

FLEETNEWS ENGLAND & WALES BODY TYPE AB Articulated single-deck...

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SWINGING BACK TO SWINTON

STEPHEN MORRIS

A 1960s event at Manchester’s Museum of Transport prompts STEPHEN...

STEPHEN MORRIS
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Hampshire wins funds for Eclipse extension

The Eclipse busway shortly after it opened in 2012. It...

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BUS PEOPLE

David Shipp succeeds father as EYMS MD David Shipp (44) has...