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Dennis Lancet UFs

Regarding the letter from Ivor Homfray in Buses October and the...

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German trolleybus operator buys fuel-cell buses

German trolleybus and bus operator BBG in Eberswalde is buying...

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Missing text in The Longest Services

My Buses magazine popped through the letterbox today and I was...

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BYD offers new battery-electric school bus in US

Chinese bus manufacturer BYD has introduced a new battery-electric...

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Brighton’s trolleybus era was short but memorable

Like so many of the UK’s trolleybus systems, Brighton’s had...

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Bus fares increase by 6.5%

London General New Routemaster LT939 on the EL2. By early February,...

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Local authority cuts coming

37th on the list of Kent County Council cuts are three linked...

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TfL streamlines senior management structure

Commissioner of transport, Andy Byford, has announced a new executive...

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FlixBus supports Ukrainian refugees

A Setra double-decker coach in FlixBus livery, operated by Umbrella,...

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CARDIFF BUS CELEBRATES 120 YEARS

As municipal bus operator reaches major milestone, RHODRI CLARK...

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T7 reliability improves as third cross-Severn vehicle is added

Newport Transport Alexander Dennis Enviro400 407 (YX70 OLA, ex-YX69...

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WHAT FUTURE FOR THE COMMUTER COACH?

In the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, much of the UK’s commuter...

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Weston hub safety delay

A multimillion pound on-street central bus hub opened in Weston-super-Mare,...

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Bus advertising

Thanks for Phil Tonks’ article (Buses February).On the subject...

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Poor integration in Leeds

I was recently asked by a young man outside Leeds City Station...

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Vilnius to renew trolleybus fleet

Lithuanian municipal Vilniaus Viešasis Transportas Ltd (VVT),...

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In Fleet News this month

East Yorkshire concentrates its two main single-deck types Hulleys...

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Funding saga drags on

MARK LYONS

LOOK IN ON LONDONTWO SHORT TERM EXTENSIONS AND A DEAL UNTIL JUNE...

MARK LYONS
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A salute to two modern London giants

Title: The London Dennis TridentAuthor: Matthew WharmbyPublisher:...

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Passenger numbers drifting upwards

Latest figures from the Department for Transport for bus use...

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Metroline axes cross-border 84

Metroline has deregistered route 84 (New Barnet Station – St...

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Oxford park-&-ride risk

Among the routes under threat of withdrawal is the 13, linking...

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A unique Scottish structure?

Is there only one bus shelter in the Scottish Highlands? I’m...

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Phil Medlicott retires after 39 years in the industry

Phil Medlicott, managing director of Stagecoach Yorkshire, retired...

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POST-FIRST MANCHESTER

MALCOLM COWTAN visits Manchester to test out Go North West and...

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Bus ticketing to be added to travel booking sites

Palisis, provider of ticketing and reservation technology, and...

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VINTAGE FENTON FILE

British operators benefited when U-boat attacks made it impossible...

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Staff are a resource

The sentence in your Comment column in Buses October 2021 about...

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Sydney orders Australian-built e-buses as authority gives up bus operations

Government agency Transport for New South Wales (TfNSW) has placed...

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Third cross-Severn vehicle added to T7

RHODRI CLARK

The Welsh Government is funding a third vehicle for the T7 cross-Severn bus service, to address reliability problems caused by severe traffic congestion in Bristol.

RHODRI CLARK