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Warrington launches The Pops to pep up passenger numbers

As part of a drive to increase patronage across the council-owned...

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Mayor vows to scrap Lecce trolleybuses

A Lecce Van Hool trolleybus in service in September on route...

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A SEXY LOOK?

The MHD Partnership has turned its attention to Western Scottish,...

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The easternmost edge of the Midland Red

ALAN MILLAR

Title: Midland Red in Leicester Author: Andrew Bartlett & Mike...

ALAN MILLAR
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GOING PLACES WITH ROSSO

JOHN YOUNG

Attracted by the advertisements on the back of its vehicles,...

JOHN YOUNG
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THE ROUTESAVER?

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COMMENT One of Arriva North West’s Mellor Strata-bodied...

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Cuts continue to erode First’s Jurassic Coaster links

First Hampshire & Dorset introduced further cuts to its Jurassic...

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TfWM suspends 59 ‘little used’ Birmingham bus stops

Transport for West Midlands (TfWM) has taken 59 little used bus...

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Major rebuild for west Glasgow interchange

Strathclyde Partnership for Transport has closed Partick bus...

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Trondheim set to operate Norway’s biggest EV fleet

Norwegian operator Tide Buss has ordered 35 electric buses —...

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PMT’s troublesome Foden NC

Besides the seven Foden NCs supplied to operators, this test...

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Fowlers’ flavour of fenland fascination

ALAN MILLAR

Title: Fowlers Travel Author: Geoff R. Mills Publisher: MW...

ALAN MILLAR
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IKARUS FLIES ON

DAVID FRICKER

Once the largest bus builder in the world and a serious player...

DAVID FRICKER
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Mendip Mule blames ‘hostile’ neighbours for early end

Mendip Mule BJG 674V, an ECW-bodied Bristol VRT/SL3 new to East...

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TfGM opens £48m Bolton Interchange

Transport for Greater Manchester opened its £48million Bolton...

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Sileo is confident it can recover from factory fire

Turkish-German manufacturer Sileo says production of its electric...

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Route changes and extra operator for Kingston Uni

London United is changing some of its Kingston University services...

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Low Leopard needs locker room

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A London Olympian meets Brummie Lynx

KEITH McGILLIVRAY Two preserved 1990s vehicles meeting at...

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FLEETIN FOCUS

■ ANDREW JAROSZ

PAUL S. WINSON COACHES Paul S. Winson’s Plaxton Elite-bodied...

■ ANDREW JAROSZ
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Charting the London network in a familiar style

ALAN MILLAR

Titles: The Greater London Bus Map No.36 The Greater London Night...

ALAN MILLAR
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FASTLINK BRT-LITE OR NOT AT ALL?

HUGH DOUGHERTY

Announced six years ago, Glasgow’s first bus rapid transit...

HUGH DOUGHERTY
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THE REAL SWEDISH LESSON

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COMMENT A Van Hool ExquiCity double-articulated rapid...

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Utopia and Shaun’s close

Shaun’s LK58 CTY, an Optare Tempo new to Metroline in 2009...

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First buys Falcon to enlarge Illinois schools operation

First Student, the UK group’s North American yellow schoolbus...

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New technology trials aim to transform safety

Transport for London has revealed a raft of safety enhancements...

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NatEx bakes a trans-Pennine campaign to bridge roll divide

Language can also divide us at home when we discover radically...

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Good customer service from Trent Barton

Paul Chancellor, Bromsgrove

I was planning to visit Derby and Nottingham and travel by bus...

Paul Chancellor, Bromsgrove
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Appeal for Thames Valley B9A

The Thames Valley & Great Western Omnibus Trust (TV&GWOT) has...

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Something for everyone

MARK LYONS

Title: Buses Yearbook 2018 Editor: Stewart J. Brown Publisher:...

MARK LYONS