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  Crosville Coaches Limited
Posted by: CTL45 - 03/09/2019 18:57 - No Replies

New operator application in Welsh Notices & Proceedings dated 29 August for a 10 licence operation based in Trelawnyd, Flintshire, going by the name of Crosville Coaches Limited. The Transport Manager one Wesley Goodwin of Go Goodwins / Altrincham Coachways etc.
Could be interesting if approved.

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  Stagecoach Rebrand
Posted by: chester285 - 01/08/2019 21:55 - Replies (8)

According to Steven knight media images have been released of the proposed rebrand, attached are images found on the rail forum.... whats everyones thoughts!



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  Concessionary Bus Pass reform
Posted by: Walton 46 - 28/07/2019 12:06 - Replies (22)

In July 2019, the Welsh Government announced that age at which people in Wales become eligible for a free bus pass would increase from 60 to stage pension age (65 now and 67 by 2028). The Welsh Government cites the rising cost of providing the passes as the reason for the change in eligibility.

Both inside and outside of Wales, there is a lot of people who think the current concessionary pass system is not fit or purpose and is in need of reform. Bus operators complain they are not getting sufficiently reimbursed for pensioners using their passes as the reimbursement rates are based on the price of a single fare in the mid-2000s and are thus, out of date. Whilst local authorities are saying because of a reduction in government subsides for pensioners passes, they are having to divert funding from other areas such as school services in order to provide free travel for pensioners.

What do you think?

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  Chester Rail Replacements
Posted by: trixmax2000 - 20/07/2019 18:37 - Replies (5)

Arriva are working the rail replacement service from Chester to Newton-le-Willows calling at Helsby Frodsham Runcorn East then Warrington and Earlestown they are to run until the 4th August

Look like Speke Alexander Enviro 400's are been used

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  Manchester Bus Franchising
Posted by: Barney - 24/06/2019 08:28 - Replies (34)

It's just been announced on the BBC that Andy Burnham has decided to take control of all bus services within Manchester and press ahead with a franchising system similar to TfL's. Any thoughts?

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  New Cheshire East bus review
Posted by: knutstransport - 20/06/2019 18:26 - Replies (10)

Been reported by the local newspapers that the new Labour/Independent coalition running Cheshire East council are to organise a new bus review, with an aspiration to improve peak time services.

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  Proposed Major Changes to Roads in Liverpool
Posted by: Nwales Bus - 18/06/2019 11:10 - Replies (2)

Major changes are proposed to buses in Liverpool as the council re develope the road network across the city

According to Liverpool Echo, half of the city centre’s bus routes will be affected


Quote:Routes affected
7, 10B, 12, 13, 14, 14A, 14B, 14X, 14&14A (Halton), 15, 17, 18, 19, 20, 20X, 21, 61, 75, 76, 78, 79, 79C, 79D, 80, 80A, 82

Withdrawn routes
55D, 82C, 82D, 86D

Quote:Close to half the bus routes into Liverpool city centre are set to be overhauled in a radical move that will affect thousands of travellers.

The major new proposals, announced by Merseytravel this morning, are set to come into force next January - but passengers will get a chance to give their views on them from today until later this summer.

It's believed that around 11,000 passengers a day will be affected by the move, which is happening in tandem with the council's £45m Liverpool City Centre Connectivity Scheme - and could see passengers forced to walk further distances to get to their daily destinations.

It is proposed that a free shuttle bus wil operate between Queen Square and Liverpool One during the distruption

A consultation is now online on Merseytravel website until 2nd August

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  Liverpool City Centre bus re-routing proposals
Posted by: Walton 46 - 18/06/2019 11:00 - Replies (65)

Merseytravel has released details of proposed changes to bus routes in the City Centre to be introduced in January 2020. These changes are to coincide with the Council's City Centre Connectivity Scheme.

Details of proposals can be found and comments left here: https://liverpoolcitycentrebus.commonplace.is/

What are everyone's thoughts on this?

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  Liverpool FC Champions League open top buses
Posted by: bramptontrev - 14/06/2019 20:48 - Replies (6)

Anyone able to advise what was used for the open top bus tour celebration?

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  DAF Presidents
Posted by: trixmax2000 - 15/05/2019 18:58 - No Replies

The following are now on loan to Arriva Yorkshire 4162 & 4182 both at Heckmondwike they are to cover they are on loan for 4 months so other fleet can be upgraded to Euro 6

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