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Latest news written with authority

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Electric in the Dales

PICTUREVIEW The Keighley Bus Company 720 (YJ04 LYF),...

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MUD LARKS ADD TO THE FUN AT TINKERS PARK

Rain and mud did nothing to stop visitors from enjoying the seventh...

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Mixed messages as ser vices both cut and enhanced

Although the latest government figures show English passenger...

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Updated format for a well-loved annual

Title: Buses Yearbook 2022Editor: Alan MillarPublisher: Key BooksISBN:...

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More expansion at Hulleys

Derbyshire independent Hulleys of Baslow continues its programme...

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Paris ramps up electric bus orders

Paris transit operator RATP (Régie Autonome des Transports Parisiens)...

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London Bus Museum to hold route 93 running day

London Transport RT113 on High St Ewell during a August 2008...

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BUSES FESTIVAL RETURNS

Over the next six pages, you will find a gallery highlighting...

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VINTAGE FENTON FILE

Two Northern Counties-bodied Guy Arabs were among a handful of...

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ZOO TIME FOR A MAIDSTONE TITAN

Memories of Maidstone Corporation were evoked at the Kent & East...

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Driver shortages across the country

Driver shortages are spreading in other parts of the country,...

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Revisiting a stronghold of green RTs

Title: Surrey’s Spring LineAuthor: Peter OsbornPublisher: The...

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Citybus challenges for custom in Cornwall

Go Cornwall Bus ex-First South West Alexander Dennis Enviro200...

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Aarhus gets Denmark’s first electric Solaris

Aarbus, the transport operator in Denmark’s second city of...

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Dressed to grice in style

Millar’s TALES

Alan Millar’s sideways view of the bus scenePlease send any...

Millar’s TALES
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MIZEN TO MALIN BY SERVICE BUS

In the second of three parts, BERNARD H. ALLAN describes the...

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Wrightbus to hire 300 new staff

Wrightbus has announced it will create up to 300 new permanent...

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LATHALMOND STAGES ITS REOPENING SHOW

■ PICTURES & REPORT: ALAN MILLAR

Long-term restoration work was in the spotlight at the Scottish...

■ PICTURES & REPORT: ALAN MILLAR
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SCOTTISH COLUMN

Opportunity-charged Volvos enter service in Irvine Valley ...

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Calendar honours historic island route colours

Title: Buses of Malta & Gozo Calendar 2022Publisher: Malta Transport...

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North Wales operators launch 1bws multi-operator ticket

A multi-operator ticket has been launched in north Wales.The...

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INDUSTRY OFF COURSE

with JULIAN PEDDLE

INSIDE TRACK A few weeks ago, I gave a talk to the...

with JULIAN PEDDLE
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Central area timetable cuts begin

The first wave of timetable cuts affecting central area routes,...

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Flixbus’s last minute premium

While Mrs M brushed her teeth the other evening, I idled away...

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MANCHESTER MUSEUM CELEBRATIONS

: Some of the museum’s exhibits. R-L: Salford Corporation 224,...

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BURTON DAIMLER BLASTS THROUGH BAKEWELL

PICTURE: HOWARD WILDE The annual Peak Park Preserved Bus Gathering,...

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In Fleet News this month

BODY TYPEAB Articulated single-deck busAC Articulated coachB...

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Rural routes beyond home town boundaries

One of Walsall’s Willowbrook-bodied Bedford SBOs, 296 (XDH...

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Transport for London pulls 'creepy' ad

MARK LYONS

Transport for London has ordered that advertisements for the Channel 4 programme 'Naked Attraction' are removed from buses on its services

MARK LYONS
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Driver shortages across the country

DAVID JENKINS

Driver shortages are spreading in other parts of the country, with some operators now reducing or withdrawing services temporarily

DAVID JENKINS