Buses Magazine

Buses Magazine

Latest news written with authority

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A GOLDEN AGE IN GLORIOUS MONOCHROME

It might seem incongruous for a book with a colour in its title...

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BSIP FUNDING ENHANCES CROSS BORDER ROUTE

Although Transport for London has effectively ruled out additional...

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WESTERN NATIONAL CHEST OF TREASURE

ANDREW STOPFORD Andrew Stopford is delighted to report that First’s...

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BAFFLED BY BELFAST

Staying in Belfast on his first visit to Northern Ireland, CHRISTOPHER...

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FENLAND BUSFEST CANCELLED

Alack of vehicle entries has led to the cancellation of this...

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IN FLEET NEWS THIS MONTH

BODY TYPE AB Articulated single-deck bus AC Articulated coach...

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WHEN LONDON BOUGHT SMALL IN BIG NUMBERS

Small buses have played a part in the London bus scene from before...

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Buses Magazine June 2024

June 2024 issue of Buses Magazine in page-turning format turns the spotlight on Nottingham City Transport with an update from the municipal operator as electric vehicles arrive

Key Spring/Summer Books Catalogue 2024

Key Publishing’s Spring/Summer Books Catalogue 2024 in page-turning format

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IBUS REPLACEMENT CONTRACT AWARDED

Transport for London has awarded a ten year £160m contract for...

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STREET ART IN DOWNTOWN KINGSTON

GAVIN BOOTH Gavin Booth encountered this fetching piece of street...

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Northstar operation established in Durham

A former head if Go North East’s commercial team has established...

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THE COLOURS OF WEST YORKS

With franchising set to create a cohesive network in the region,...

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IN FLEET NEWS THIS MONTH

BODY TYPE AB Articulated single-deck bus AC Articulated coach...

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ROUTE CHANGES ANNOUNCED IN ADVANCE OF MAYORAL ELECTION

The results of several consultations looking at proposals to...

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LONDON’S SHRINKING BUS NETWORK

BUSINESS of BUSES with DAVID LEEDER The ongoing decline...

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WELSH GOVERNMENT:

ALL BUSES TO BE PUBLICLY OWNED As Wales sets out a roadmap putting...

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MANX ‘JUMBO’ STARS IN CUMBRIA

JOHN YOUNG An Isle of Man Transport Leyland Atlantean new to...

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FLEETNEWS IRELAND

Where to send your reports ›››› Send your reports on...

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ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

INSIDE TRACK with ROGER FRENCH The media love a good...

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EVER HEARD OF A ROLLING STOP?

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

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NCT displays new electrics as head of operations appointed

Nottingham City Transport (NCT) has launched the first vehicles...

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SANDERS: A BSIP EXEMPLAR

Following Sanders Coaches’ success at the UK Bus Awards, JAMES...

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40 YEARS ON, BOURNEMOUTH 131 IS RETURNED TO GLORY

Bournemouth 131 as it looks now, towards the completion of its...

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AN RT WORTH WAITING FOR

DIECAST MODEL Announced a considerable time ago, the...

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MAYOR REVEALS IMPACT OF LOST MILEAGE PENALTIES ON OPERATORS

Answering a series of questions posed by Liberal Democrat London...

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D9 DELIGHTS DAYTIME DINERS

Mark Fitchew, a driver at National Express West Midlands’ Perry...

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WARRINGTON IS ELECTRIFYING

As one of the big winners in the first round of Zebra funding,...

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UNDER THE HAMMER

Fifteen years separated the appearances of an ex-MoD Leyland...

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FLEET IN FOCUS

Hunters Coaches Smallest coach in the fleet is YJ68...