Transport for Liverpool CIC to be wound up

The Directors of Transport for Liverpool CIC (community interest company), have unanimously agreed a proposal to begin the wind-up procedure of the company. In a...

Tundo deal comes to an end

A deal between Bakers Travel, its subsidiary Harrington Coaches, and the Tundo Vincenzo group - one of Italy’s largest operators - has come to...

Arriva brand set for a refresh

After 20 years, Arriva, one of Europe's largest transport companies, is set to embark on a refresh of its brand. A more modern identity,...

Victory Tours in query as customers let down by Hampshire firm

Concerns have been raised about the financial position of Emsworth, Hampshire-based Victory Travel, which appears to have ceased trading. The telephone line is unobtainable, and...

Indcar and Moseley host UK operators in Spain

A number of coach operators from the UK travelled to coachbuilder Indcar’s factory in Spain last week as part of a visit organised by...

Enhancing the Irish experience

Cork-based Butlers Buses turns 50 this year, and what better way to celebrate the milestone than with a brand new livery and four new...

Neoplan remains the tool of choice at Cambridge

Excellent service from one Neoplan led Cambridge Tours to take another, a Tourliner P20 VIP Soham operator Cambridge Tours has taken delivery of a tri-axle...

Repositioning a business after 50 years’ work

Whytes Coaches, based in the north-east of Scotland, marks 50 years in business this year by returning to tours. It comes after a change...

Kinchbus drivers’ new look

There’s a smart new look for the 100 Kinchbus drivers in Leicestershire with new designs, created by Uniform Express. It follows a trial last year,...

Galleon O-Licence increased

Harlow-based Galleon Travel reports that the East of England Traffic Commissioner has granted its request to increase its O-Licence from 11 to 30 vehicles. Says...
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Home-to-school transport in England gets £40m from government

Local transport authorities (LTAs) in England will receive over £40m from the government to pay for additional dedicated home-to-school transport in the autumn term. The...
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Coronavirus Bus Services Support Grant (CBSSG) Restart funding in England has been extended indefinitely, Secretary of State for Transport Grant Shapps has announced. £27.3m...
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Kura launches free contact tracing platform for schools and parents

School transport specialist Kura is working to keep pupils safe with the launch of a free contact tracing service for schools and parents this...