More Greener Buses Announced By Bus Company East Yorkshire

More Greener Buses To Announced By Bus Company East Yorkshire
More Greener Buses Announced By Bus Company East Yorkshire

East Yorkshire, the -based bus company has announced a £6m investment in new buses to help transform bus travel in Hull and .

The order will put 8 brand new single deck buses and 19 double deck buses on the streets of East Yorkshire. All of the new vehicles meet the highest Euro 6 environmental standards and helping keep our air clean and free from pollution.

The first batch of single deck buses will arrive at the end of summer.  They will be used on the company’s popular Service 7/7A circular routes between Scarborough and also Eastfield. 

The double-deckers will arrive in two batches, with the first 11 entering service in autumn this year. These first few will be used on routes in and around Hull.  While the final batch of double deckers will arrive early in 2020.

The new buses will all feature comfortable seating, free Wi-Fi, USB charging points. They will all also be fitted with next stop announcement systems.

Buses arriving this year will be locally built at the ADL factory in Scarborough. A move the company says will help to support jobs and the local economy.

The buses will build on East Yorkshire’s existing investment that already totals around £2M. This investment has resulted in new coaches, two new low-emission single deck buses and eight refurbished Coaster buses join the fleet.

East Yorkshire Wants Top Part Of The Solution To Cleaner Air

East Yorkshire is keen to make it clear that buses are part of the solution, not the problem when it comes to improving air quality.

Through their continued investment in environmentally friendly buses that also provide a viable alternative to many car journeys that can help ease congestion.

Commenting on the investment, Martin Gilbert, Managing Director of East Yorkshire’s parent company Go North East, said:

“We’re delighted to be bringing these buses into the East Yorkshire fleet and further improving services for our customers.”

“If we are serious about improving air quality then we have to properly embrace public transport. We have to also tackle rising congestion.” 

“These buses represent a major investment from us. We continue to play our part in supporting the mass mobility and connectivity of the communities we serve. This is done by providing high quality, dependable and green services.”

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