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- Go-Ahead tops table of 11 UK transport companies in independent ranking on community and environment
- The company received the highest scores overall of all bus and train operators
- Research is published by Britain’s Most Admired Companies (BMAC) - Britain’s longest running survey of corporate reputation
- The Go-Ahead Group sets a goal of hiring more than 1,100 apprentices across bus and rail in 2021
- Transport operator bucks the economy-wide trend of falling apprenticeship starts
- Two thirds of Go-Ahead’s apprentices will be deployed on London buses
The NHS and Metrobus have launched one of the UK’s first Covid-19 Mobile Vaccination Units in a bus in Crawley, targeting hard-to-reach and vulnerable communities.
Go-Ahead launches one of the UK’s first dedicated vaccination shuttle bus services in the North East
Go-Ahead bus company Go North East has today launched one of the UK’s first dedicated vaccination shuttle bus services.
- The Go-Ahead Group achieves “A minus” rating from the CDP (Carbon Disclosure Project)
- Emissions down 22% since 2016 despite international expansion in operations
- Impact of the “beast from the east” storm prompted renewed focus on climate change
- Rating reflects benefits of Britain’s largest fleet of zero-emission electric buses
- Apprenticeship applications double in rail and jump by a third in bus as transport attracts Coronavirus career switchers
- Despite the challenges of 2020, Go-Ahead has continued to invest in its workforce for the future
- Recruits include a former airline pilot, a member of the French Foreign legion, a prison van driver and a guitar instructor
- Normal services across most routes on Christmas Eve
- Saturday or Sunday services on Boxing Day, New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day
- Special services serving hospitals and airports on Christmas Day
The Go-Ahead Group plc today announces its trading update for the period from 28 June 2020 to 2 December 2020. The next scheduled update is the Group’s half year results for the six months ending 2 January 2021 which will be announced on 11 March 2021.
- Go-Ahead cements its position as the UK’s largest operator of electric buses with new ‘clean, green’ fleet across the North East
- Government’s Ultra-Low Emission Fund helps to fund £2 million move, which takes electric buses to Newcastle and Gateshead
- The move helps Go-Ahead accelerate towards target of operating a ‘net zero’ bus fleet by 2035
- Transport Secretary Grant Shapps hails move as example of industry “actively supporting” Government’s ambitions to end the UK’s contribution to climate change
- Bus and rail services play a critical role in keeping communities connected
- Go-Ahead is supporting local small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to remain viable and to grow during the pandemic and in the longer-term
- Go-Ahead’s bus and rail companies have delivered £5 million worth of community investment through volunteering, donations and fundraising in the past five years
Results slightly above our revised guidance, with overall financial performance significantly impacted by COVID-19 in regional bus and losses in German rail
The Department for Transport (DfT) has announced that GTR’s Emergency Measures Agreement (EMA), which ended on 20 September 2020, has been replaced by an Emergency Recovery Measures Agreement (ERMA).