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 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.
A new airlink between Bournemouth and Jersey celebrated its inaugural flight as part of Loganair’s summer 2019 schedule from Bournemouth Airport.
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 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.
Yellow Buses is celebrating the World Cup by introducing a ‘Footie Hopper’ for the duration of the tournament
Yellow Buses has revamped and re-branded its airport service that also visits the growing Aviation Business Park. The Jetbus 737 has taken off!
Laurence Batlle, the Chief Executive Officer of public transport key player RATP Dev, visited Bournemouth to open Yellow Buses’ new Travel Shop.
The French-headquartered company operates and maintains urban transportation systems in 14 countries on four continents, and owns Yellow Buses.
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