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Gary has operated Eve since 1980 and prides himself on high standards, always being prepared to adapt to market changes.
The company provides bus and coach services to a loyal customer base with a dedicated loyal team of staff.
The system does away with trackside ‘traffic-light’ signals in favour of radio transmitters which send information about the route and speed of a train from a signal centre for display on a screen in the driver’s cab.
It will also replace the line’s existing automatic train protection system, to stop trains passing red lights, which will soon become life-expired.
The chassis comes with a three year unlimited mileage warranty plus 4 year driveline.
Established in 1979, PPH's brightly coloured yellow coaches are a familiar sight all around London and Hertfordshire.
Rainham Coach Company of Gillinghamhas taken delivery of a new Noone Turas 900 from Minis to Midis.
Revised for 2017 the Turas 900 is based on the Mercedes Benz 1021L chassis with Powershift 3 automated transmission and features new frontal styling plus a revised engine cover arrangement that further reduces noise intrusion and improves driver seat access.
Construction work began in 2008 and it took charge of its first trains at Easter on what is known as the Berks and Hants line, from Southcote junction at Reading, through Newbury to the edge of Westbury, in Wiltshire.
Featuring air conditioning, double glazing and reclining coach seats and just under 4 cubic metres of luggage capacity makes the Navigo T extremely versatile at an extremely competitive price.
The compact Navigo at just 2.3 metres wide and 8.3 metres long is ideally suited for operation in areas of restricted access and manoeuvrability, factors noted by Eve Director Gary Scougall following a period of demonstration with the product.
AT FIRST sight it looks like just another of the business units that have sprung up around Didcot in recent years.
But its location, wedged into the triangle of railway lines just west of Didcot Parkway station, and the small Network Rail sign on the outside hint at its real purpose.