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Buses Magazine March 2024

The full issue in page-turning format

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Newport Transport managing director resigns

Scott Pearson resigned his position of managing director at Newport...

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BORDER CROSSINGS

JOHN YOUNG samples bus services on the border between England...

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SPRING HERITAGE RUNNING DAY IN ST HELENS

The North West Museum of Road Transport’s first event of the...

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HANDBOOKS REVEAL LATEST FLEET DEVELOPMENTS

Titles: 2024 Stagecoach Bus Handbook 9th Edition British Bus...

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NORTH EAST CHANGES IMPLEMENTED

Following a public consultation (Look in on London May 2023)...

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LAST CALL FOR MERSEY SQUARE

Alan Millar’s sideways view of the bus scene Please...

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CONSIDERATIONS FOR GOVERNMENT

The Confederation of Passenger Transport has produced a pair...

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SAFEGUARD THE CENTENARIAN

The 100-year-old Guildford independent has bought its most recent...

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WINGS BRISTOL KSW OFFERED FOR SALE FOR £150,000-PLUS

WNO 481, the ex-Eastern National open-top Bristol KSW5G used...

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LITTLE MODEL OF A LITTLE LONDON LEGEND

Vehicle: London Transport Ford Transit FS-class Manufacturer:...

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FUTURE FUNDING OF THE INDUSTRY

Outside of work I enjoy travelling in Europe, sampling the craft...

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A BLAST FROM THE PAST

Tony Wilson was intrigued by the cover of the Christmas edition...

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ANGLESEY TRANSPORT SHOWCASE

The island of Anglesey will be transformed from a backwater into...

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UNCERTAIN FUTURE FOR ALDRIDGE MUSEUM

The Aldridge Transport Museum in Walsall —formerly the Aston...

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IN FLEET NEWS THIS MONTH

A-B ODY TYPE AB Articulated single-deck bus AC Articulated...

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TFL FARES HELD FOR 2024 BUT PENALTY FARE INCREASED

The mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has announced that fares set...

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Edwards Coaches makes £32m fleet renewal

A fleet of 10 Van Hool Altano, worth almost half a million pounds...

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METROBUS ON A DORSET BEACH

Rather like old soldiers, it seems that old MCW Metrobuses seldom...

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RM70 RELOCATES TO SITE OF CHISWICK WORKS

Routemasters at the RM60 event in 2014 included RML2663, with...

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MEMORIES OF A COUNTY OF RICH CONTRASTS

Title: Hampshire Buses in the 1960s and Early 1970sAuthor: Philip...

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ARRIVA RETAINS LUTON AIRPORT CONTRACT

London Luton Airport has awarded a contract to Arriva the Shires...

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A VILLAGE FAR BETTER SERVED TODAY THAN 60 YEARS AGO

While many of today’s bus service frequencies —especially...

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Safeguard HITS ITS CENTURY

As one of the longest stretches of ownership by the same family...

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UNDER THE HAMMER

The East Lancs-bodied Bristol VRT was a relatively rare combination,...

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BIRKENHEAD & DISTRICT FLEETLINE REVISITS OLD HAUNTS

Owner John Cherry took his Birkenhead & District Leyland Fleetline,...

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SIGHTS AND SOUNDS THAT THE BEE IS BUZZING AWAY

DVDs Title: Greater Manchester Buses – City & Heritage...

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ROUTE 28 TO LOSE ELECTRIC BUSES FOR DIESELS

Route 28 (Wandsworth – Kensal Rise) will pass from London Transit...

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Stagecoach orders Volvo 9700 double-deckers

Stagecoach has become the first UK fleet customer for Volvo’s...

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WINTER WONDERLAND

In sub-zero temperatures, Hulley’s Optare Solo 6 (YJ09 OTH)...