Arriva

Arriva is a multinational public transport company headquartered in Sunderland, United Kingdom and a wholly owned subsidiary of Deutsche Bahn. It has bus, coach, train, tram and waterbus operations in 12 countries across Europe, employs more than 47,500 people and services over 1.5 billion passenger journeys each year.

Read more about Arriva:  History, Livery

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London Buses Route 465 - History
... Operation of the route passed from Travel London to Arriva Guildford West Surrey on June 30, 2007 ... A few months after Arriva took over the route, one of the buses used on the route was involved in a serious accident ... Pointer 2 was transferred on loan from Dartford depot, another part of Arriva Southern Counties ...
Chase Linx
... ChaseLinx is the name given by Arriva Midlands to buses in the West Midlands and South Staffordshire areas of the Arriva Midlands North bus division ... The name is derived from the 2007 purchasing of Chase Coaches by Arriva ...
Midland (bus Operator) - Arriva Takeover
... On 10 August 2012, it was announced that Midland had been acquired by Arriva Midlands ... Midland's 110 staff will transfer to Arriva ... Arriva plans to incorporate Midland's fleet of 61 buses into the Arriva fleet and operate it under the Arriva brand ...
List Of Bus Operators Of The United Kingdom - A
... Aldershot District Traction Alton Towers Amberlee UK Ltd AMK Group Anglian Bus Arriva Buses Wales Arriva Cymru Arriva Fox County Arriva Guildford West Surrey Arriva Kent Thameside ...
Arriva - Livery
... In the main, for bus and rail operations, Arriva uses a uniform corporate livery ... to comply with Transport for London's requirements that buses be 80% red, Arriva London adapted its standard livery with red in lieu of aquamarine, with extra red at the front to form "horns" instead of a full circle ... Exceptions to standard livery include Arriva London - red livery Arriva Shires Essex - red livery for its Transport for London routes Arriva Southern Counties - red livery for its Transport for ...