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CENTRALISED LOST PROPERTY?

Having read Clifford Martin’s letter in the November issue...

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Alan Millar’s sideways view of the bus scene

Millar’s TALES

Please send any stories, photos, (digital, prints or slides),...

Millar’s TALES
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CUMMINS-POWERED METROBUS BACK ON THE ROAD

A Greater Manchester Transport MCW Metrobus with Northern Counties...

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More cash needed with 38 routes at risk in the West Midlands

Transport for West Midlands has agreed to increase funding to...

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NI Department for Infrastructure announces funding for new buses

John O’Dowd MLA, Northern Ireland’s infrastructure minister,...

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IN FLEET NEWS THIS MONTH

New Turas and Plaxton coaches delivered to Chalkwell More ex-London...

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Whippet powers ahead

Swavesey, Cambridgeshire-based Whippet has secured an eight-year...

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MID-PLACED BSIPs RURAL AND UNITARY WINNERS

DAVID JENKINS reviews more funded Bus Service Improvement Plans,...

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WHEN LONDON TRANSPORT PREFERRED LEYLAND TO AEC

Title: London’s Pre-War Smaller Classes Author: Ken BlackerPublisher:...

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Arnhem orders 10 new Solaris trolleybuses

Mock-up image of the new Trollino 18 trolleybus for Arnhem. SOLARIS...