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Oxford Bus Company Zero Emission Buses

Zero emission transport for the Dreaming Spires: Oxford Bus Company orders 104 all-electric buses

  • Buses to be part of a 159-strong zero emission fleet on Oxford’s streets from late 2023
  • Go-Ahead’s largest electric bus order to date accelerates the group’s green transition
  • Environmental impact will be equivalent to taking 6,000 cars off the road
  • Co-funded by Go-Ahead, Oxfordshire County Council and the Department for Transport
The launch of the promotional £2 bus fare scheme in 2023 with (left to right) Ben Maxfield, Business Director, Go North East;  Richard Holden MP, Buses Minister; Nigel Featham, Managing Director, Go North East.

Go-Ahead carries two million passengers at £2 under nationwide fare cap

  • National low fares scheme proves popular across Go-Ahead’s bus networks
  • Promotional ticket sales reach £4 million in first three weeks of January
  • Scheme allows Go-Ahead’s local operators to add new routes and services
Apprentice Engineer, Alisha Juszczyk, Camberwell Bus Academy

Go-Ahead invests in transport skills with target of hiring 1,020 bus and rail apprentices in 2023

  • Target includes 700 trainee London bus drivers and 220 rail apprentices
  • Go-Ahead’s apprentices increase ethnic diversity of workforce
  • Recruits of all ages wanted: Go-Ahead’s apprentices range from 16 to 65