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Business Monitor
THE?HULL-based bus operating group EMYS saw cuts of more than one fifth in operating and pre-tax profits in the year to December 31 2006, according... continue
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Bus News
Stagecoach’s move to launch a new Megabus service between Sunderland, Middlesbrough and London ahead of open access rail operator Grand... continue
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Bus News
Stagecoach chief executive Brian Souter has expressed interest in bidding for US express coach operator Greyhound if First Group decides to sell the... continue
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Bus News
National Express has given the all-clear for Parks of Hamilton subsidiary Trathens to put its fleet of Neoplan Skyliner double deck coaches back on... continue
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Bus News
National Express has announced that it has placed new orders valued at £69m for up to 480 coaches and buses for its UK bus and coach... continue
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Bus News Lead Story
By Andrew Garnett
NATIONAL EXPRESS has cemented its place in the Spanish bus market with the news that it had last week concluded a deal to acquire Madrid-based bus... continue
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Bus News Lead Story
National Express Group has used its widely-recognised and respected coach branding for the first time in a rail context. The coach division’s... continue
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Bus News
FRENCH-OWNED transport group Veolia has relaunched its collection of Welsh bus and coach operators as Veolia Transport Cymru, and has acknowledged... continue
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News Extra
By Robert Jack
Moir Lockhead spent last week in Naperville, the Chicago suburb that is the home of Laidlaw, North America’s biggest bus operator. The... continue
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Rail News
stagecoach has merged its Megabus and Megatrain websites to create the UK’s first integrated budget coach and rail online booking... continue
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Bus News Lead Story
By Robert Jack
A batch of nine extra length Scania buses are part of a new £55m investment in 440 new buses announced last week by Stagecoach. Stagecoach... continue
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Bus News
By Robert Jack
The addition of its new Spanish bus and coach subsidiary, Alsa, has allowed National Express Group to compensate for falling profits from its UK rail... continue
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Bus News
National Express Group’s Madrid-based Alsa operation returned a strong set of results in its first full year as a subsidiary of the UK... continue
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Bus News
National Express Group is considered unlikely to launch a rival bid for US bus giant Laidlaw, which is currently the subject of a £1.9bn... continue
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Bus News
national express Group chief executive Richard Bowker wants to tempt business travellers away from trains and plans, and onto his company’s... continue
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Bus News
To mark changes to its services in South Wales, National Express has launched a specially designed coach inspired by the Welsh flag. From March 5,... continue
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Regular News
Baa stansted claimed last week that it will be able to cater for a “three-fold increase” in public transport users. This follows the... continue
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Business Comment
former Strategic Rail Authority chairman Richard Bowker came up with a solution to limited rail capacity this week  - use the coach... continue
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Business Comment
first’s takeover bid for US bus group Laidlaw will see it make most of its revenue in North America if it goes ahead. Likewise, financial... continue
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Regular News
America’s Teamsters union has warned that a potential takeover of Laidlaw by First Group would damage the US bus giant. Press reports and... continue
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