The government has pledged to end what it called a quarter-century of fragmentation on the railways under new proposals to shake up the system. The hope is to refocus on passengers and freight.
The package of £250 million mainly consists of additional equity and loans from a syndicate of banks guaranteed by the shareholders. Partners include the French state railway group SNCF and Patina Rail.
Rocky Mountaineer will delay the start of its Canadian travel season until July 5th. The luxury train operator had previously hoped to begin offering services in June.
The journey will be the first-ever hop-on/hop-off bus service between Delhi, India and London, United Kingdom. Participants will be travelling through 18 countries, covering 20,000 km in 70 days.
Boris Johnson has unveiled plans for a shake-up of the bus sector. The prime minister hopes the plans will see lower, simpler flat fares in towns and cities as well as turn-up-and-go services on main routes.
The luxury train company is extending the inaugural season of its new route in the United States, Rockies to the Red Rocks, by four weeks, and delaying the start of its Canadian travel season until June.
London Luton Airport has welcomed the news that East Midlands Railway is to introduce a new half hourly non-stop service between London St Pancras and Luton Airport Parkway.
Leger Holidays has announced that Liam Race has been appointed chief executive of the newly formed Leger Shearings Group of escorted coach tour companies.
Heathrow Express has launched a newly refurbished fleet of 12 Class 387 trains, the first refresh since the service launched over 20 years ago.
Payments are stored in an independently operated secure trust account, until after their holiday has taken place and if the holiday does not go ahead for any reason customers can be refunded.
National Express will fully suspend its network of coach services as new lockdown measures take effect across the UK. The coach operator will cease operation temporarily from Sunday.
FirstGroup has sold three major bus facilities in North America for a total of £102 million. The firm said the move was part of a continuing drive to rationalise its bus property portfolio.