More than 30 of Yellow Buses’ drivers have achieved ‘Fleet Elite’ status after their driving was monitored by clever technology.
Yellow Buses is bringing back a trolley bus – by extending a service to a popular supermarket. Its 1a bus from Bournemouth will take in Highcliffe and New Milton where it will stop at the railway station, town centre and Tesco.
Driver Stephen Neppiras has been around the block – in fact he’s just completed 30 years working for Yellow Buses. And the popular busman was presented with a certificate to mark the milestone.
AFC Bournemouth and Yellow Buses have agreed to continue driving safety lessons into schools for the next two seasons – with Cherries’ star Dan Gosling heading the initiative.
Bournemouth will be turned into a Christmas Tree Wonderland this festive season – with Yellow Buses as the official transport providers. The town will be festooned with dozens of trees in a bid to turn the summer resort into a forest of festive fun.
Yellow Buses, the Bournemouth-based operator, has launched a new, private hire coach service. Yellow Coaches currently has ten luxury vehicles that are based at its Yeomans Way depot behind the Castlepoint shopping centre.
Yellow Buses has been named as the top operator in Bournemouth and Poole – and joint third nationally – in the latest Bus Passenger Survey.
The Dorset Children’s Foundation is the latest recipient of the Yellow Buses-Daily Echo Carbon Stoppers monthly give-away that has now been operating for 10 years.
Staff at Yellow Buses splashed the yuletide colour and pulled on festive jumpers to raise money for charity. Drivers were polled about where they wanted this year’s donations to go and chose Bournemouth Hospital Charity. And the Christmas-loving bunch decided that they’d wear their pullovers until the end of the year – not just for a day. Fiona Harwood from … Read More
The Poppy Appeal has received a donation of £300 thanks to Yellow Buses and the Daily Echo. Royal British Legion appeal organiser Wayne Morris visited the bus company to receive the cheque. The Carbon Stoppers initiative is run by Yellow Buses and the Echo and has handed out nearly £20,000 to charities and good causes since its launch in 2008. … Read More