Where is Go-Ahead based?

Where is Go-Ahead based?

Newcastle upon Tyne
The Go-Ahead Group plc is a passenger transport company based in Newcastle upon Tyne, England, with operations in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Singapore, Norway and Germany. The company is listed on the London Stock Exchange.

What services do Go-Ahead provide?

We are a leading transport provider of bus services within the UK. We are committed to providing our communities with affordable and reliable access to employment, education and leisure.

Who owns Go-Ahead buses?

It is one of the big 5 private bus operators that run 70% of the UK’s bus routes. Go-Ahead runs Govia, which is a joint operation between Go-Ahead Group (65%) and Keolis (35%). Keolis is majority-owned by the French state railway operator SNCF.

How much do Go-Ahead bus drivers earn?

Employee Benefits / What we offer Starting salaries of £500 per week (£26,000 per annum for drivers starting on our entry grade) rising to over £31,000 per annum with service related increases.

How many people work for Go-Ahead?

We can’t make those journeys happen without our people and we are a team of 27,000 working across the UK, Ireland, Germany, Norway, Singapore and Australia. We look for hardworking, skilled people who are enthusiastic about the public transport industry and want to work for an expanding international business.

How many buses does Go-Ahead have?

We have over 2,200 buses on the streets of London. LGOC, or “General” as it was known, operated services throughout the capital and was absorbed into the new London Transport Executive in 1933.

How many employees does Go-Ahead have?

We employ over 25,000 people who work hard to deliver safe, reliable and value for money services for our passengers.

Is Go-Ahead part of GTR?

Go-Ahead has been committed to delivering the best services to our rail passengers since the privatisation of rail in the 1990s. We provide rail passenger journeys in the UK across the Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR) consisting of Great Northern, Thameslink, Gatwick Express and Southern.

Who is UK bus?

Arriva UK Bus is a major bus operator in the United Kingdom based in Sunderland, England. It is a subsidiary of Arriva which runs transport services across Europe, which has been a subsidiary of Deutsche Bahn since 2010.

Which bus company pays the most in London?

Top companies for Bus Drivers in England

  • Metroline. 3.3. £17.74. per hour. 137 reviews6 salaries reported.
  • Red Rose Travel. 4.1. £17.07. per hour. 7 reviews7 salaries reported.
  • Integrated Solutions. 3.9. £16.16. per hour. 41 reviews6 salaries reported.
  • Integrated Solutions UK. 3.0. £16.03. per hour.
  • Go-Ahead London. 3.2. £15.75. per hour.

Does Go-Ahead just provide train services?

Who are Go Ahead London?

Go-Ahead London serves the UK capital, currently providing 24% of all London bus services on behalf of Transport for London. We first started operating in London in 1994. In the last ten years (2010-2020) we have expanded our bus fleet by 50%, with 16 bus garages across the city.

What happened to the Camberwell bus garage?

However, Camberwell was bombed in late 1940 resulting in 4 buses being destroyed and 13 seriously damaged, leading to the reduction in overhauls conducted at the garage. The garage underwent extensive modernisation in the early 1950s, with a new welfare and operational block constructed alongside an enlarged parking area.

Does the Camberwell Academy offer bus driving apprenticeships?

The Camberwell Academy offers a wide variety of apprentice programmes, notably in bus driving. We are the only transport provider of bus driving apprenticeships in the UK.

When did Camberwell become home to the first hybrid electric buses?

In 2005, Camberwell became home to the first hybrid electric buses for use in London when six vehicles were trialled on Route 360. Further examples arrived in 2010 and these vehicles were replaced with full electric buses in November 2017.