The National Bus Company, or NBC, was the Australian brand for National Express Group's mass transit bus services in Melbourne and Brisbane. Its sister companies were Westbus, Hillsbus, and Glenorie in Sydney, Southern Coast Transit in Perth.
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... The Act formed, from 1 January 1969, the National Bus Company by merging the bus operating companies of the government-owned Transport Holding ... NBC operated bus services throughout England and Wales outside of large cities, although independent operators still thrived in many rural areas ...
... National Bus Company took over operation of the failing bus service in the Redlands in 1997 known as Bayside Buslines ... In 2000 it acquired the company known as Redlands Transport ... One year later, in 2001, National Bus drivers won the coveted safety and professionalism award from Queensland Transport ...
... Maidstone District became part of the National Bus Company in 1969 ... The company made its first loss in 1971, necessitating some rationalisation ... A partnership with East Kent Road Car Company evolved and the running of the company transferred to Canterbury ...
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