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- Richard Harrington appointed Go-Ahead Group’s Engineering Director
- Chris McKeown promoted to Engineering Director at Go-Ahead London
- New MD will oversee 225 buses and 760 colleagues operating services in and around Dublin
- Dervla McKay replaces Andrew Edwards, who is moving to Go-Ahead London
- Go-Ahead Ireland depot is being expanded to increase capacity
Go-Ahead is named the fifth top apprenticeship employer in the UK, securing its top position in the UK transport industry
- Transport operator ranked 5th on the list of the UK’s Top 100 Apprenticeship Employers
- The group beats its previous ranking at 13, and secures its position as top apprenticeships employer in the UK transport industry
- Go-Ahead is currently training 1,020 apprentices across bus operations, rail operations, and its head office functions
£30 million investment in pioneering hydrogen bus fleet and refuelling station launched for services in and around Gatwick Airport
- Fleet of 20 buses from Wrightbus to be deployed in the Crawley, Horley and Gatwick Airport area by The Go-Ahead Group.
- A further 34 vehicles will join the fleet over the next 18 months to create one of Britain’s largest hydrogen bus fleets.
- The station is the first liquid hydrogen refuelling station for buses in Europe.
- Launch event on 29 June attended by the Minister for Roads and Local Transport and stakeholders from across the region.
- Go-Ahead wins £110 million deal to run Fastrack service for Kent County Council
- Passengers will travel on zero emission electric buses from November 2024
- More than 2.5 million people annually travel on the rapid transit network in the Dartford, Ebbsfleet and Gravesham area
- Gloucestershire based bus and coach operator to become part of Go-Ahead’s Oxford Bus Company division
- Pulhams operates 22 bus routes in the Cotswolds plus demand responsive transport services and school, college, and corporate coach travel
- Deal demonstrates Go-Ahead’s commitment to invest in UK regional bus services
Keeping Manchester moving: Go-Ahead kicks off Britain’s biggest recruitment campaign for bus drivers
- Go-Ahead's Manchester bus company, Go North West, to hire 300 drivers on apprenticeship or training contracts
- The drivers will operate Bee Network buses as part of mayor Andy Burnham's new integrated transport network
A bus donated by one of Go-Ahead’s local bus companies has been converted into a field hospital for use in treating casualties of the war in Ukraine.
- Promotional ticket sales reach £20 million since scheme began in January
- Passenger numbers up by 130% on one Carousel Buses route
- Go-Ahead launches a prize competition to encourage more passengers onto buses
- National low fares scheme has been extended until the end of June