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National Express Stagecoach takeover talks extended

The decision deadline on the potential National Express takeover of Stagecoach, announced on September 21, has been extended. 

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Road to Renewables Tour heads for Glasgow

MARK LYONS

Transport minister hails SSE, Go-Ahead and BYD/Alexander-Dennis partnership as they launch battery-electric bus tour from London to Glasgow ahead of COP26 summit

MARK LYONS
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Western Greyhound wholly wound up

The liquidation of Cornwall independent Western Greyhound is finally complete, six years after its overnight demise on March 13, 2015

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Buses Magazine November 2021

The full issue in page-turning PDF format

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MANAGER WALKABOUTS

with ROGER FRENCH

One of the best things I ever did during my time as managing...

with ROGER FRENCH
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GAC CITY BUS GLEAMS IN GLORIOUS GREEN

Dublin-based Des Willis has completed his restoration of the...

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Passenger data confirms impact of Covid lockdowns

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

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A unique insight into Mainline

Edited ALAN MILLAR

alan.millar@keypublishing.comTitle: The Region’s Favourite...

Edited ALAN MILLAR
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Tower Transit and RATP to merge operations

Sealink Travel Group, owner of Tower Transit, and RATP Dev UK...

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Totems of childhoods past

If you grew up between the 1940s and 1960s, there is every chance...

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MORE THAN A TO B

After 41 years in the bus industry, Martin Harris is to retire...

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CYMRU THROUGH COVID

The concluding half of MALCOLM COWTAN’S Trawscymru T2 journey...

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RETURN OF THE SOUTH HAMS COUNTRY SQUEEZE

Narrow buses returned to the narrow lanes of Devon’s South...

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WHAT MIGHT HAVE BEEN: A CREAM LIVERPOOL ATLANTEAN

The North West Vehicle Restoration Trust lived up to expectations...

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SHORT HOPS

FUNDING CONCERNS and local opposition have forced Westminster...

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SCOTTISH

FLEETNEW...

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Croydon and Sutton changes confirmed

Changes to several bus routes in the Croydon and Sutton area...

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Bridgeton salutes its best restorations

The Glasgow Vintage Vehicle Trust is one of the success stories...

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Pots of passengers on the 291

Barry Le Jeune was impressed by the clever marketing on the bus...

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MOTORIST MADNESS

with JAMES DAY

This issue is the 800th edition of Buses, which we’re celebrating...

with JAMES DAY
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FENTON FILE

Not for the first time, MIKE FENTON’S quest of the highly unusual...

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CROSVILLE CUB IS REBORN FOR BEAMISH VISITORS

The North of England Open Air Museum at Beamish has completed...

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MAYOR ANNOUNCES THAT ALL NEW LONDON BUSES WILL BE ZERO-EMISSION

MARK LYONS

Commitment to zero-emission buses comes as Sadiq Khan hosts summit...

MARK LYONS
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EPPING ONGAR DATE FOR BLUE TRIANGLE LEYLAND NATIONAL

Making its debut at the Epping Ongar Railway’s RF gathering...

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Frequency cuts continue

Transport for London’s cuts to the frequency of routes continued...

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A convenience, but for whom?

Edited ALAN MILLAR

alan.millar@keypublishing.comMost of us regard a bus station...

Edited ALAN MILLAR
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Loughborough’s extra door wasn’t for Lily

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

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A SLICE OF HISTORY

As we reach the landmark of our 800th issue, consultant editor...

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SHOWBUS IS BACK

WITH MORE THAN 150 BUSES IN ATTENDANCE More than 150 vehicles...