Building on the progress that the company has made across the UK in 2021-2022, Stagecoach's electrification plans will see it increase its electric bus fleet from 184 buses to 343 in the next 12 months.
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The 50 new National Express electric buses are the first of up to 300 new vehicles that are due to arrive over the next three years, as work continues to make Coventry the UK’s first all-electric bus city by 2025.
Stagecoach passengers across Oxford, Manchester, Yorkshire, Preston, Northampton, Mansfield, Portsmouth, Chichester, Winchester, Torquay, Folkestone and Newcastle will benefit from more sustainable buses from 2023.
Rachel Geliamassi from Stagecoach Bus is speaking at Transport Innovation Summit 2022 and is looking forward to meeting you. Watch this short video to find out more.
Transport’s journey to net zero: Zero-emission buses are vital to decarbonising our industry, says Stagecoach
For the latest instalment of Intelligent Transport's exclusive sustainable mobility Q&A series, Greg Ritt, Group Head of Sustainability at Stagecoach, discusses the importance of accelerating the transition to zero-emission buses in order to reduce the industry’s carbon emissions, and highlights the challenges that often accompany this, as well as the…
South Yorkshire's tram network will be brought back into public control from 2024, in line with the region's wider ambitions to upgrade the system as part of a fully integrated public transport network.
In order to mark the start of Catch the Bus Month 2022, Stagecoach's latest research highlights the economic and environmental benefits of travelling by bus as opposed to the private car.
Plans are well underway to see Stagecoach make its city bus networks in Inverness and Perth all-electric from the end of 2022 and early 2023 respectively.
Stagecoach's agreement will provide certainty for the inter-city coach businesses' employees and ensure its continued growth in the inter-city coach market.
In addition to preventing bridge strikes, the new intelligent system will give Stagecoach drivers instant feedback about their driving manoeuvres to encourage safer driving that is more comfortable for passengers.
With the first vehicles to be launched later in 2022, Liverpool City Region's new zero-emission buses will carry a range of special features to enhance the customer experience, including wireless charging and internet access.
This new deal will fit with Stagecoach’s existing operations around east and southeast London and will see the company operate 150 buses under 11 contracts for Transport for London.
With national statistics showing that only 11 per cent of engineers are female, Stagecoach celebrates its increasing number of female engineers and highlights key initiatives it is working on to encourage gender diversity across the industry.
Stagecoach’s new customer contact centre will help encourage more people to make the switch away from cars to public transport by providing them with the best possible service.
The new Leicester Buses Partnership will focus on key transport development projects, in order to combat congestion, offer affordable fares and provide better facilities for bus travellers in the city.