Alexander Dennis Limited (ADL) has confirmed that it is to establish a new manufacturing facility in Ontario, Canada.
The first of Lothian Buses 25 Euro 6 Wrightbus Gemini 3-bodied Volvo B5TLs have started entering service on route 3 (Clovenstone – Mayfield).
UK first attracts national media coverage in both newspapers and on TV
The UK’s first bus running on human sewage and food waste was expected to enter service with Bath Bus Company (BBC) on Monday morning.
The Department for Transport (DfT) has commissioned Atkins and The TAS Partnership to produce best practice guidance on bus partnerships, covering England (outside London), in response to requests from local authorities and bus operators for improved and updated guidance.
First Bus has become the first nationwide public transport company to offer Barclays Pingit as a mobile payment option. The announcement comes as it completes the roll out of mobile ticketing across its operations, enabling customers to use their mobile phones as bus tickets.
Arriva Southern Counties is running an autumn tourist bus for Medway Council focussed on places around the Rochester area which were so loved by author Charles Dickens.
New plans to improve travel along the busy bus corridor of Oxford Road in Manchester have been unveiled, with a major bus priority corridor featuring Greater Manchester’s first ever Dutch-style cycle lanes.
AUSTRALIA JetExpress is a new Adelaide Metro service between the airport and the city centre using a twin-steer Bustech double-decker.
GERMANY Almost eight months to the day after the delivery of the 1000th Euro 6 Mercedes-Benz Citaro, the 3,000th has gone to Medenbach Traffic GmbH of Weilburg. A Citaro LE, it’s part of an order for 20 similar buses and five articulated Citaro Gs.
Contracts for Malta’s new bus network temporarily stopped after a legal challenge from one of the original bidders
The Times of Malta newspaper has reported that a Maltese court has upheld a request by the Island Buses Malta consortium to temporarily stop the transport authorities from entering into any contracts or agreements with the Autobuses Urbanos de León S.A to run the island’s bus services. The Spanish company is a subsidiary of National Express owned ALSA.