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South Gloucestershire Bus & Coach - National Express
... In Autumn 2008 South Gloucestershire were awarded their first full-time National Express contract operating the 200 ... A further three Scania K340EB6/Caetano Levante joined the fleet in 2009 from the National Express owned operations ... time, older coaches not designed for National Express work were making regular appearances ...
Stagecoach In Cambridge - Liveries
... blue with an off-white stripe, applied in the standard National Bus Company style ... cream and light blue with dark blue and light blue stripes (with those used on National Express work carrying full National Express colours) ... was applied in the usual place, accompanied by the National Bus Company double N logo for the first couple of years ...
List Of Bus Operators Of The United Kingdom - N
... National Bus Company (UK) National Express Coaches National Express Coventry National Express Dot2Dot National Express Dundee National Express Group National Express Hotel ...
List Of National Express West Midlands Bus Routes
... This is a list of bus routes operated by National Express West Midlands (formerly known as Travel West Midlands) in the West Midlands of England ... Bus routes in the Coventry area are listed on the National Express Coventry route list ...
Megabus (United Kingdom) - History - 2003 To 2005
... Stagecoach lost the contract to run the National Express route between Gloucester, Cheltenham and London, prompting it to introduce Megabus between Cheltenham, Gloucester and London ... On 31 January 2005, Stagecoach Express service X5 between Oxford and Cambridge became part of the Megabus network, selling a number of seats per journey in the same ... This coincided with the loss of National Express work at Preston depot ...

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