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Articles
Why is he on the list? The traffic commissioner is one of the bus industry’s regulators. They are responsible for ensuring that services are... continue
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Bus News
The Passenger Transport Executive Group has welcomed a report from the House of Commons Transport Select Committee which recommends that the task of... continue
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Ben Colson
Ben Colson
Here in Norfolk there’s a bus with an advert on the back describing weekly tickets reading, “So cheap even an MP wouldn’t claim it... continue
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In brief
Both Go Ahead-owned London Central and Transport for London’s in-house operator East Thames Buses have seen their operators’ licences cut... continue
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Other Columnist
By Peter Shipp
Because buses are so vital to the life of a community I have made a point of being involved in general and business issues in the EYMS area. This is... continue
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Bus News Lead Story
By Rhodri Clark
Two Welsh bus managers say they have misgivings about selling their businesses to French-owned transport group Veolia, and one is even offering... continue
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Bus News
The Traffic Commissioner for Wales, Nick Jones, has accused veteran bus entrepreneur Clayton Jones of being “argumentative” and... continue
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Regular News
Two directors of Manchester bus operator UK North have been jailed after being found guilty at Manchester Crown Court of conspiring to create false... continue
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In brief
Go Ahead subsidiary Bluestar has been fined £8,500 by western traffic commissioner Sarah Bell for poor reliability of its services. A VOSA bus... continue
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Bus News
By Andrew Garnett
Council-owned operator Eastbourne Buses, in which French group Keolis has a shareholding, has been fined £14,000 by south eastern commissioner... continue
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Ben Colson
I really wanted to write about the way operators are reimbursed for free concessionary travel. More importantly, I know from the number of calls and... continue
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Bus News
By Andrew Garnett
IN A STINGING rebuke, Scottish traffic commissioner Joan Aitken has fined First Scotland East £132,000 at the operator’s seventh public... continue
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Bus News
JOAN?AITKEN, the Scottish traffic commissioner, has announced a fine amounting to £41,250 against Arriva’s west Scotland bus operation... continue
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Bus News
FIRST BRISTOL made another appearance at a public inquiry last month to answer claims that a significant number of its buses were operating... continue
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Bus News
ERNESTO AND Vincenzo Casale, the former directors behind now closed controversial bus operator UK North, are to appear at Manchester Crown Court in... continue
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Business Monitor
The independence of the regulators of both the bus and rail industries has again been cast into the spotlight. Both are at risk and the industry must... continue
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Bus News
STAGECOACH YORKSHIRE’S Yorkshire Traction operation based in Barnsley has been hit with a 30-vehicle reduction of its operating licence... continue
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Lead Story
By Andrew Garnett and Meera Rambissoon
VOSA HAS quashed industry rumours that indicated it was softening its line on the application of the controversial EU ‘50km rule’ on bus... continue
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Bus News
By Andrew Garnett
SCOTTISH TRAFFIC commissioner Joan Aitken has welcomed the news that Strathclyde Partnership for Transport is to fund a team of ‘bus... continue
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Bus News
By Robert Jack
A new board could be established by the Department for Transport to oversee Britain’s traffic commissioners and ensure that they hold bus... continue
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