Stagecoach Bluebird and East Scotland passengers are to benefit after the companies invested £3.4 million in 15 brand new vehicles.Bluebird and Strathtay recently unveiled an investment of £1.4 million in six new luxury coaches in a major boost for public transport in Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Angus and Dundee.In addition, Bluebird has also spent a further £2 million on nine new coaches for Aberdeenshire. Andrew Jarvis, Managing Director of Stagecoach Bluebird, said: The new vehicles are fitted with the latest ‘green’ engines so offer a greener, smarter travel opt...
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Archive: November 2011
Megabus has added a new cross-border option to its popular routes. The market-leading budget coach provider has introduced two new daily journeys between Birmingham, Manchester, Glasgow and Edinburgh. Ian Laing, Operations Manager for megabus.com said: More and more people are looking for budget travel to help make their money go further. We are pleased to be able to expand our service to ensure we can offer passengers even more journey options than ever before. Visit the megabus.com and check the brand new services between England and West Scotland; Campbeltown...
Polish equivalent of the British megabus.com turned out to be a large success on the Polish market for passenger transport. This led the Souter Holdings Poland (the owner of PolskiBus.com) to invest in 50 new Van Hool coaches, expanding the fleet to 68 vehicles. The company carried over 175,000 people in its first three months of operation. We wrote more about PolskiBus.com here Brian Souter said: We have been delighted with the success of PolskiBus.com since its launch four months ago. This major new investment reflects our commitment to expanding the PolskiBus.com bu...
The move follows the removal of the Government funded concessionary scheme at midnight on 31 October, which offered these passengers up to 50% discount off all coach journeys made within England or across the Scottish and Welsh borders. The UK’s largest coach operator will offer the over 60’s and disabled passengers a third off coach travel at all times – even during Christmas and other peak travel periods. To be eligible – and in line with other travel card products – passengers will need to purchase an annual senior or disabled person’s discount card costi...