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Latest news written with authority

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CORNWALL DOES THINGS DIFFERENTLY

CHRISTOPHER CARTER

As the council introduces a supported network with a uniform brand...

CHRISTOPHER CARTER
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THE BUS ARCHIVE: THE HEALTH EMERGENCY

PHILIP KIRK

PHILIP KIRK describes some of the valuable work that The Bus Archive has been doing...

PHILIP KIRK
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FLEET NEWS SCOTLAND: End of the road for David Urquhart Travel

Coach tour operator David Urquhart Travel...

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BLACKPOOL 1984

GRAHAM ASHWORTH

A new Plaxton double-decker was among the attractions 36 years ago...

GRAHAM ASHWORTH
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ROOM FOR TWO

DAVID JENKINS

Competition has endured between operators...

DAVID JENKINS
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FLEET IN FOCUS: PILKINGTON BUS

ANDREW JAROSZ

Fleet in Focus July 2020...

ANDREW JAROSZ
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LOOK IN ON LONDON: Double-deckers to return to the 200

Go-Ahead London General will operate new north London route 456...

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EUOPE’S NEW AGE GIANT

GRANT WISE

GRANT WISE tells the story of the Polish manufacturer, which has grown from modest beginnings...

GRANT WISE
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PUBLICITY MATTERS: VITAL INFORMATION

Transdev has produced a range of material, on and off its buses...

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INSIDE TRACK: Good times will return

PHIL STOCKLEY

By the time you read this, all our lives will have been dominated for two months by coronavirus...

PHIL STOCKLEY
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EPIDEMIC IN BRIGHTON

Michael Dryhurst

MICHAEL DRYHURST can still recall the pervading smell of disinfectant on the double-deckers he experienced 69 years ago when an epidemic...

Michael Dryhurst
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2019 MARKET ANALYSIS: SINGLE-DECK BUS

Alexander Dennis strengthened its dominance of the single-deck bus market...

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FLEET IN FOCUS: Waterson's Coaches

ANDREW JAROSZ

Fleet in Focus turns the spotlight on Waterson's Coaches

ANDREW JAROSZ
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UNCERTAIN ROAD AHEAD

RHODRI CLARK

RHODRI CLARK discovers that the proposed new legislation for the organisation of bus services in Wales...

RHODRI CLARK
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2019 MARKET ANALYSIS: FEAST BEFORE FAMINE

PAUL HEELS

Exclusively for Buses, PAUL HEELS has again scrutinised the PSV Circle’s monthly newssheets to produce a unique independent analysis...

PAUL HEELS
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PAST & PRESENT: RIBBLE IN CARLISLE

In its first months as part of the National Bus Company...

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LOOK IN ON LONDON: Fares are waived

MARK LYONS

Middle door boarding as Covid-19 claims over 30 bus workers’ lives...

MARK LYONS
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SCOTLAND’S BERMUDA TRIANGLE

ROY WHYTE

ROY WHYTE samples part of a three-cornered network of connecting rural routes...

ROY WHYTE
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2019 MARKET ANALYSIS: COACHES

Coach sales grew by 7.3%...

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FLEET NEWS IRELAND: June 2020

Fleet News Ireland June 2020...

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Buses Magazine June 2020

Welcome to Buses Magazine June 2020

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COVID IN SINGAPORE

KEITH JENKINSON

The global pandemic caused KEITH JENKINSON to cut short a holiday...

KEITH JENKINSON
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2019 MARKET ANALYSIS: DOUBLE-DECK BUS

Deliveries of market leader Alexander Dennis’s Enviro400 slipped...

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Fleet News England & Wales June 2020

In Fleet News this month...

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PRESERVATION UPDATE: Coronavirus ravages rally season

Government advice on controlling the coronavirus pandemic brought this year’s rally season
to an abrupt halt...

Love affair with Glasgow’s unloved trolleys

ALAN MILLAR

Alan Millar reviews a new publication...

ALAN MILLAR

Stagecoach’s doomed Gold brand and Ensignbus’s silver and blue

ALAN MILLAR

The Chinese factory producing Northcord’s models has returned to work

ALAN MILLAR
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The CAV challenge

ADAM BROWN

Architect ADAM BROWN argues that the bus and its supporting infrastructure...

ADAM BROWN
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Land of the guided bus

Three kerb-guided bus rapid transit lines have been developed...

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PAST & PRESENT: Newcastle Upon Tyne

Yellow and blue and various lengthy stages over the years...