Yellow Buses has appointed Amylee Foot as its new marketing executive – after she completed a year’s placement from Bournemouth University. It is the first major appointment since the company was bought out by its management team after 14 years under French ownership.
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.
Official new awards have been launched to celebrate excellence in businesses that make Bournemouth, Poole and Christchurch a great place to visit, live and work. The Destination Awards are a completely new showcase for the great work being done in our part of the south coast to attract more tourism and increase facilities for residents. The accolades have been set … Read More
Yellow Buses is back under local ownership after being acquired by its management team for an undisclosed sum. David Squire, Managing Director; Simon Newport, Commercial Director and Phil Pannell, Service Delivery Director, are now equal shareholders in Bournemouth Transport Limited (BTL). The trio are lifelong busmen with more than 100 years of experience between them. BTL trades under the names … Read More
Yellow Coaches has a bright new look – and a dedicated website – after a successful return following a 13-year absence. The private hire coach operation was re-launched on a trial basis by Bournemouth-based Yellow Buses in 2018. The bus company has been a successful National Express contractor for many years. However, the private hire and contract operation of Dorset.Travel … Read More
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 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.
Children at Avonwood Primary School got a kick out of one special lesson when AFC Bournemouth midfielder Dan Gosling came to visit on a Yellow Coach, which is part of Yellow Buses.