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28 March 2024 #TNB News

Go-Ahead Group will introduce an additional 201 zero emission buses by March 2026 in a bid to take its green fleet count to more than 1100. The total investment, comprising both buses and infrastructure amounts to £112 million, with Go-Ahead’s

13 July 2023 #Bus and Coach

Go-Ahead London is to add another 299 BYD–Alexander Dennis battery-electric buses to its fleet by the end of 2023 as it looks to accelerate the delivery of an entirely zero-emission bus fleet by 2030. A total of 169 BYD–Alexander Dennis

11 May 2023 #Bus & Coach

Bus operator Go-Ahead unveiled commemorative buses in London and South West England to mark the coronation of Their Majesties Kings Charles III and Queen Camilla. In Devon, a red, white and blue Plymouth Citybus double-decker with festive bunting took to

25 November 2021 #Bus and Coach

Go-Ahead has signed a three-year extension to its Michelin Effitires tyre management contract. Michelin says the deal with one of the UK’s largest providers of public transport was secured due to the quality of its products and high standards of

06 February 2020 #Bus and Coach #TNB News

The Go-Ahead Group is rolling out air filtering buses to towns and cities nationwide. The single-decker models, which are said to strip pollutant particles from the air as they drive, will be deployed in Brighton, Manchester, Newcastle, Oxford, Plymouth and

02 October 2019 #Bus and Coach #News #TNB News

The Go-Ahead Group is introducing a new generation of electric buses to Brighton and Hove, utilising geo-fencing technology enabling buses to switch into zero-emissions mode in the area’s Ultra-Low Emissions Zone. The company will introduce 30 of the new buses

28 February 2018 #Bus and Coach #CV Sector #News #TNB News

The Go-Ahead Group has introduced a new contactless ticketing system allowing passengers to pay for their travel with their smartphone. Customers link a bank account with the HOPSTA app and are then charged the lowest possible fare for their journey,

15 February 2018 #Bus and Coach #CV Sector #News #TNB News

A fourth London bus route has turned all-electric, thanks to a partnership between BYD and ADL, Go Ahead London and Transport for London. 11 of the 10.8 metre BYD ADL Enviro200EV single decker began servicing route 153 at 5 am


It’s tempting to think that buses are restricted in terms of design. Fundamentally, they have to be large rectangular vehicles, capable of fitting as many people on board as possible. However, designers can play with a number of different areas,

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