Awards for people emphasised as industry copes with rapid change
The bus industry is being asked to to demonstrate how staff and managers are rising to the challenge of rapid economic and social change in this year's UK Bus Awards competition.
The 23rd annual contest has officially begun, with entries now open until early June. Nominations are invited to compete for 21 awards covering the full range of skills required to plan, promote and deliver high quality bus services to customers.
Transdev Blazefield is celebrating having won a gold, silver and two bronzes at the prestigious UK Bus Awards 2017 in London today.
The company took gold in the Sustained Marketing Excellence category for the trail blazing 36 Riding. Redefined bus service, a silver for Cityzap driver Dale French in Top National Bus Driver, and a bronze each for Marketing and Communications Manager, Ben Mansfield in the Young Manager of the Year category and Vamooz in New Horizons.
Arriva UK Bus is celebrating today having won gold at the prestigious UK Bus Awards 2017, for ArrivaClick its on-demand high specification minibus service which operates in Sittingbourne.
The company took gold in the New Horizons category, sponsored by Passenger Transport Magazine, which recognises projects that have embraced technology, and showcase creativity and innovation in the industry.
Arriva London South (Brixton) is celebrating having won the Transport for London (TfL) London Bus Garage of the Year Award, at the UK Bus Awards’ glittering ceremony in the capital today.
The award, sponsored by DriveTech, recognises those garages that operate buses in London and deliver an outstanding service day in day out.
Arriva Midlands' Luton Depot is celebrating today having won gold at the prestigious UK Bus Awards 2017.
The depot is the winner of the Bus in the Community category, sponsored by Coach and Bus Week, recognises projects and activities from across Great Britain which make life better for, or provide real benefits, to local people.
Brighton & Hove Bus and Coach Company is celebrating having been crowned Top City Operator at the UK Bus Awards 2017, in London today.
The company were also awarded the silver in The Bus Operator of the Year category which recognises the ‘best in show’ from winners across the board. Brighton and Hove bus driver, Phil Hadley, was also victorious taking the bronze accolade in the Top National Bus Driver category.