Read our supplement: Scotland’s Buses 2018 Welcome to Scotland’s Buses 2018, a publication devoted to Scotland’s main mode of public transport. Buses make an enormous contribution to Scotland, carrying 400 million passenger journeys annually, providing the vital links that enable communities to function. This publication from Passenger Transport puts the spotlight on Scotland’s bus industry… Read More

Service Quality Manager – Go-Ahead Ireland   Service Quality Manager Go-Ahead Ireland is the country’s newest private operator. We now have a vacancy for a Service Quality Manager. This important role develops systems and process to continuously improve the performance of the operation and mitigates the impact of any recurring traffic issues or short-term issues.… Read More

£56m plan to bring 105 e-buses to Manchester Stagecoach planning £21.5m bid for support from the government’s £48m Ultra-Low Emission Bus Scheme for fleet of full electric double-deckers   Alexander Dennis has already won orders for bettery-powered Enviro400 EV City vehicles from Metroline   Stagecoach is seeking government funding for a ambitious £56m plan to… Read More

A new chapter for Welsh rail Rhodri Clark spoke to Colin Lea, mobilisation director at Transport for Wales Rail Services   The entire fleet used by ATW will be replaced between 2019 and 2024, mostly with 148 new trains   The months and years ahead will be ones of major change at Wales and Borders,… Read More

Out now: Issue 191 of Passenger Transport Issue 191 of Passenger Transport is published on August 17. Contents include:     LEAD STORY Grayling should be ‘moved on’, says BakerFormer Lib Dem minister ‘respected and worked’ collegiately with three Tory transport secretaries – but believes that current incumbent must go   NEWS ‘Rail users need… Read More