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Latest news written with authority

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Grant Palmer plugs Bedfordshire gap

NEWS Flitwick-based Grant Palmer has moved in to cover...

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Arnhem orders 10 new Solaris trolleybuses

Mock-up image of the new Trollino 18 trolleybus for Arnhem. SOLARIS...

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LONDONER BUSES STARTS OPERATIONS

Londoner Buses started Routemaster operation on route A (Waterloo...

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NO CAUSE FOR WHELMING IN DOWNTOWN SANTA FE

Timetable displays, current or out-of-date, are among the many...

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Tranzaura reaches 55% market share with TfL operators

Go-Ahead London helped to accelerate the development of the Tranzaura...

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SAFE HOUSE FOR WEST MIDLANDS METROBUS

HALFCABS ETCETERA Our occasional glimpse into the new lives of...

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PRESTON BUS PUBLICITY

BERNARD H. ALLAN In February in member of the Preston Bus correspondence...

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KING ALFRED TRIO RETRACES ITS 100-YEAR-OLD ROUTES

Three of the oldest vehicles in the 15-strong Friends of King...

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Highland Council moves towards operating its own services

Highland Council has signalled a possible move into operating...

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Still no light at the end of the driver shor tage tunnel

NEWS Cancellations continue to plague passengers, as...

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Whippet powers ahead

Swavesey, Cambridgeshire-based Whippet has secured an eight-year...

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Double-decker shor tage in Berlin but reprieve for tourist route

The number of double-decker buses being operated by the BVG municipal...

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LONDON BUS MUSEUM LAUNCHES RESTORED DENNIS

The London Bus Museum’s autumn Transportfest saw the relaunch...

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A FATHERS’ DAY SPECIAL?

As Andy Rigby observes, National Express does a good job at serving...

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MID-PLACED BSIPs RURAL AND UNITARY WINNERS

DAVID JENKINS reviews more funded Bus Service Improvement Plans,...

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VINTAGE FENTON FILE

One of the large number of small companies that were brief players...

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SUDDEN CUTS BY STAGECOACH EAST

With only six weeks’ notice, 20 Stagecoach East bus routes...

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EMERALD ISLE CONNECTIONS AT GLASGOW OPEN WEEKEND

PHIL HALEWOOD ALAN MILLAR Two vehicles with Irish and Scottish...

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WHEN LONDON TRANSPORT PREFERRED LEYLAND TO AEC

Title: London’s Pre-War Smaller Classes Author: Ken BlackerPublisher:...

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Buses Magazine December 2022

The full issue in page-turning PDF format

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LEAD BY EXAMPLE

with JAMES DAY

COMMENT Nottingham City Transport 660 has been given...

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Clayton Jones suspends bus services in Pontypridd

All Street Buses services in the Pontypridd area were suspended...

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TfL COMMISSIONER QUITS

MARK LYONS

LOOK IN ON LONDON London’s transport commissioner,...

MARK LYONS
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IT’S AN IDIOM, NOT A TITAN

When is a bus icon not about a bus at all? Perhaps when the bus...

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A SHINING DISPLAY

Best known for destination displays, McKenna Brothers has expanded...

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MTT GRACES SOUTHPORT’S STREETS

PRESERVATION UPDATE PHIL HALEWOOD The Merseyside Transport...

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LIONS, CHEETAHS AND A HYPHENATED TIGER-CUB

The solitary Lion Six LS1 for Lincolnshire Road Car, photographed...

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£2 fares launched in Liverpool and Bristol

Liverpool City Region has joined the list of mayoral authorities...

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Stagecoach SW service shake-up

Beleaguered Stagecoach South West introduces a major Exeter routes...

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JUBILEE BUSES REVERT TO RED AS TfL RESPONDS TO DEATH OF QUEEN

Following the death of Her Majesty the Queen on September 8,...