Germany’s Deutsche Bahn (DB) is to begin running a double-decker night bus service from Dusseldorf to London Victoria via Antwerp three-times a week from next month.
London-based TfL contractor Tower Transit has been awarded an inaugural government bus contract in the Singapore city of Jurong. its bid was chosen over offers from seven other firms – including Go Ahead Group and France’s RATP – after it submitted the third-lowest bid.
New future for King Long in the UK is promised after the importership passes under manufacturer’s direct control
Zabbar, Malta-based King Long Europe has taken back the UK importership for Xiamen King Long. King Long UK Ltd, to be wholly-owned by King Long Europe, the Chinese manufacturer’s European representation, is the distributor.
Following the Conservative victory in the general election, Chancellor George Osborne has continued with plans for devolution in Manchester which would include a directly elected mayor for the region with powers on bus franchising.
An electric York City Sightseeing open-top bus has finally entered service after having been converted from its original diesel engine to use new electric technology, the York Press has reported.
Members of the Prospect union at the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) have given formal notice of their intention to take industrial action,following new terms and conditions.
Lancashire solicitors and transport and logistics specialist Backhouse Jones is to run a free compliance and transport law seminar for business owners, directors and senior management on June 4.
Responding to county council consultation, the city council said it would restrict coach access to the city while abandoning partnership agreements with bus operators in favour of franchising
Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM) is set to deliver a £122m bus priority package, one of the most significant investments in Greater Manchester’s bus network in decades.
Speaking at the Chartered Institute for Logistics and Transport (CILT) Annual President’s Inauguration lunch, Beverley Bell FCILT, Senior Traffic Commissioner for Great Britain and new president of the CILT in the UK expressed the need to raise the profile of the industry to attract more young people to join the profession.