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BSIPs begin to bear fruit

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MAN delivers first electrics to Nor way

MANGerman bus manufacturer MAN has signed up to deliver 76 battery-electric...

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TFL PUBLISHES DRAFT BUSINESS PLAN

Transport for London (TfL) has outlined a new business plan for...

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VINTAGE FENTON FILE

The Beverley Bar roof was deemed to be an essential feature rather...

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Glasgow considers franchising and direct operation as future options

Glasgow City Council has taken the first steps in exploring public...

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ENVIRO400 BRANDED FOR MORE TRUNK SERVICE X3

Vehicle: Go South Coast Alexander Dennis Enviro400 MMC 1650 (HF66...

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Many but not all operators join in £2 Bus Fare Cap Grant

The only Rotala subsidiary participating in the Bus Fare Cap...

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Stagecoach serves Combe Mar tin as staffing stabilised

Stagecoach South West extended its network into Combe Martin...