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National Express revenues recovering

National Express Group has released a first quarter trading update...

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TYRERS TURNS 50

As the Adlington-based operator reaches half-century, ANDY RIGBY...

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Gillies gives up after 90 years

This 2005-built Temsa Safari HD was purchased when four years...

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VINTAGE FENTON FILE

Sixty-eight years ago, a Scottish operator still in business...

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Buses Magazine June 2022

The full issue in page-turning PDF format

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TEN YEARS OF THE NEW ROUTEMASTER

A decade after the first example entered service, MARK LYONS...

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FLEET IN FOCUS

IPSWICH BUSES

Based: Head office and depot – Constantine Road, Ipswich, Suffolk.Website:...

IPSWICH BUSES
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RUNNING DAY ON THE 101

PICTUREVIEW More than 30 buses took part in the London...

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Ember Core aims to develop a national network

Having been awarded £5.56million for 26 new battery-electric...

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Crossley compendium is Har vey’s last hurrah

Title: Birmingham’s Crossley BusesAuthor: David HarveyPublisher:...

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BUSES FESTIVAL NOW AT SYWELL AERODROME

COMMENT with JAMES DAY Already booked to come to this...

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Cummins to open power train test facility in Darlington

Go Ahead Ireland to rollout Stratio across entire fleet ...

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More ZEBRA winners announced

Hoping to win orders from this round of ZEBRA funding will be...

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ON THE UPLIFT

David Hall, CEO of Totalkare, explains to JAMES DAY how an expanding...

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Sussex running day raises over £2,000 for Ukraine relief

The Ukraine flag is in the windscreen of one of the preserved...

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Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

Jim Brown (You Write, Buses April) is not the only one to have...

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Fastrack double-deckers go as Arriva takes over

Go Coach 9512 exits the busway bridge that runs over the Dartford...

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SHOWBUS AIMS TO END ON A HIGH

PRESERVATION UPDATE A procession of preserved and modern...

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More suburban New Routemasters, Go-Ahead retains Sutton routes

MARK LYONS

LOOK IN ON LONDON After a five-month hiatus, caused...

MARK LYONS
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Two Glasgow double-deckers back in action

Two vehicles in the care of Glasgow Vintage Vehicle Trust members...

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THE BRIDGE OVER THE RIVER TRENT

It was in 1928 that a Nottingham City Transport bus first ventured...

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FLEETNEWS

SANDY MACDONALD

SCOTLAND Where to send your reports › › › ›Scottish...

SANDY MACDONALD
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Small and imperfectly formed

Colwyn Bay Corporation 4 (WCA 186), a Spurling Spermomet-bodied...

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LONG LIFE EQUIPMENT

Stock column lifts lined up in Totalkare’s new warehouse. JAMES...

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Passengers up but services down

Passenger numbers on England's bus services regularly exceeded...

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This is the biggest change since Caledonia opened in 2014

LEFT: Some of the 58 double-headed chargers, capable of powering...

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Bigger role for small and municipal bus operators in Welsh franchising plans

Cardiff Bus Yutong E12 428 (CE71 YXN) operating the 49 between...

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THE RF; AN ABERRATION?

In Buses March Preservation Update, a preserved LTE Bristol LH6L...

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Surprise tenant for Arriva's Guildford depot

In an unexpected move, Stagecoach South has applied to add the...

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Celebrating the ‘omni’ in omnibus

(Omni)bus services are for everybody… and the passengers aboard...