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Latest news written with authority

National Express to cut back London airports coach links

National Express has applied to cancel the registrations of services...

Cummins to offer Euro6 repower package

Cummins undertook its pilot Euro6 conversion on RM1005, the preserved...

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OXFORD STREET NO MORE

Transport for London’s plans to pedestrianise the 1.2mile heart...

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NWFB launches its first Euro6 Enviro200s

PICTURE: JOSEPH K. K. LEE New World First Bus has taken delivery...

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You write

These are letters pages and the views expressed therein are purely...

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Why Midland Red turned to the Fleetline and Leopard

ALAN MILLAR

Title: Midland Red Double-Deckers Midland Red Single-Deckers...

ALAN MILLAR

Kent MPs combine to campaign against county cuts

Ten of Kent’s 15 mainly Tory MPs have signed a letter to the...

Go-Ahead buys Oxford sightseeing company

The brands on two Dennis Tridents, East Lancs Lolyne-bodied 908...

Go South Coast is Operator of the Year

Go South Coast expanded last February when it acquired Thamesdown...

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£3.50 FROM MANCHESTER TO BRUM

ALAN MILLAR pays £1 an hour — plus the booking fee — for...

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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...