Yellow Buses has doubled the number of buses going to New Milton after the route extension proved such a hit.
Yellow Buses driver Marks Nobrega turned in a winning performance to be named the country’s best driver from an independent operator.
More than 30 of Yellow Buses’ drivers have achieved ‘Fleet Elite’ status after their driving was monitored by clever technology.
Yellow Buses is to run extra buses from Bournemouth railway station to the pier during the town’s air festival. There will be a Seaside Shuttle running every 20 minutes to the pier – with group tickets available. Up to five people can share a £10 group return ticket from the railway station to the pier on all four days.
Two skilled drivers from Yellow Buses will be carrying the hopes of the company when they take part in a national competition this weekend.
Yellow Buses’ open top service now includes the option to go via the sea – to Brownsea Island. The company has joined forces with the yellow-branded family-owned Brownsea Island Ferries based at Sandbanks.
Yellow Buses has launched a new green-themed vehicle – a wildlife bus in which passengers can ride with birds, lizards, otters and butterflies.
Five brand new top-of-the-range coaches have rolled into the Yellow Buses’ depot in Bournemouth ready to serve the south coast-to-London routes. The 55 seat coaches represent a £1.7m investment and have joined the fleet that the Yellows operate on behalf of National Express.
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.