Yellow Buses has recorded more than 24,000 passenger journeys on its iconic open top buses since they took their tops off at Easter.
Yellow Buses has become greener after being recognised for its environmental management system. The Bournemouth-based company has attained British Standards Institution’s ISO 14001, which marks its commitment to being a cleaner, greener company.
Yellow Buses is this year packing down with the Bournemouth 7s as its local transport partner – with a new festival service. The 777 day-time shuttle bus will take revellers from Poole to the venue at Chapel Gate in Parley – with stops along the way.
Some of the finest dance companies in the country are quick-stepping to Bournemouth and Poole – including stars who have appeared on TV’s Strictly Come Dancing. Pavilion Dance South West (PDSW) is powering the UK Dance Showcase, which will see performances by 43 dance companies.
Yellow Buses is encouraging passengers to hop on board its new Saturday service that takes passengers from Bournemouth to Tower Park in Poole.
Yellow Buses is introducing new evening and night services
Bournemouth Town Centre BID’s rangers are now able to get around for free – thanks to Yellow Buses.
Staff from Yellow Buses spent the morning of Valentine’s Day handing out red roses and Love Heart sweets to their passengers.
Fans of Bournemouth Rugby can now get to and from the games by Yellow Buses after the company threw its weight behind the Lions’ charge for promotion.
Yellow Buses has appointed Jay Thornton as the new sales executive of its wholly-owned subsidiary Yellow Coaches. The Bournemouth-based operator launched the new endeavour last year and due to its success required full time expertise.