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Williams railways review to look at 'all options'

John Lewis deputy chair Keith Williams does not rule out future rail nationalisation in the UK.

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The Welsh Assembly Government (WAG) has allocated £2m for a bus review in its draft 2019/20 budget.

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  • Lothian Country launches contactlessLothian Country’s West Lothian services will offer contactless payment from Saturday 1 December.
  • The bus championOxford has long been a challenging place to run buses, never more so than today, but as Oxford Bus Company Managing Director Phil Southall explained to Andy Izatt, while the political debate can sometimes be distracting, there are real opportunities to explore
  • Dundee Goes Emerald (and Greener)On 2 December 2018, National Express Xplore Dundee put 14 new hi-spec SmartHybrid Alexander Dennis Enviro400s into service in a revised two-tone green livery. Richard Walter attended the official launch of the vehicles and spoke to Managing Director Christine McGlasson to learn more about the new vehicles and imminent service changes
  • Ouibus bought by BlaBlaCarCarpooling firm BlaBlaCar has bought Ouibus from the French national railway company, SNCF.
  • First Glasgow confirms plans to invest in 75 new ADL buses in 2019First Glasgow has announced that it plans to invest in 75 new Euro VI and electric buses from ADL in 2019, after additional funding was granted from the Scottish Green Bus Fund.
  • ADL to offer hydrogen fuel cell buses for the first timeAlexander Dennis Ltd (ADL) has announced it’s to add hydrogen fuel cell buses to its current line-up of low and zero-emissions vehicles.

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  • Merseyrail sets the benchmarkWe are creatures of habit. None of us like to have our rail journeys affected by engineering works, but sometimes it’s simply not possible to avoid such disruptions.

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  • Virgin Atlantic: No need to join SkyTeam yet UK long-haul carrier Virgin Atlantic has no immediate plans to join the SkyTeam alliance, despite being part-owned by US SkyTeam member Delta Air Lines and alliance partner Air France-KLM being in the process of buying a stake in the carrier. read more
  • Former Boeing exec to head RTCAFormer airline pilot and Boeing executive Terry McVenes has joined standards organization RTCA as its new president and CEO. read more
  • Air China to launch direct Beijing-Phnom Penh serviceAir China will begin direct flights from Beijing to Cambodia’s Phnom Penh, with 3X-weekly Airbus A320 service, from Jan. 7, 2019, marking the first time both capital cities are connected. read more

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