|Ceased operation||January 2007|
|Fleet||66 (August 2004)|
Thorpeswas an English bus operator. It operated services under contract to Transport for London.
Transport for London (TfL) is a local government body responsible for the transport system in Greater London, England. Its head office is 55 Broadway in the City of Westminster.
Thorpes was a coach operator that diversified into operating bus services under contract to Transport for London in the 1990s. In October 2001 it purchased the business of London Traveller.
London Traveller was a bus operator in London in the late 1990s and early 2000s. It was partially owned by Yorkshire Traction, and was sold to Thorpes in October 2001.
In August 2004, the business was purchased by ComfortDelGro.In January 2007, ComfortDelGro integrated Thorpes into its Metroline subsidiary.
ComfortDelGro Corporation is a multi-national land transport company listed on the Singapore Exchange, operating 46,010 vehicles in seven countries. It was formed in March 2003 through a merger of Singapore-based land transport companies Comfort Group and DelGro Corporation.
Metroline is a bus company operating services in north and west London. It is a subsidiary of ComfortDelGro and operates services under contract to Transport for London. Operations are split between two registered companies, Metroline Travel Limited and Metroline West Limited.
Routes operated included 70, 187, 210, 487, 705, 981 and SL2.
National Express is a British multinational public transport company headquartered in Birmingham that operates bus, coach, train and tram services in the United Kingdom, United States, Canada, Spain, Portugal, Malta, Germany and Morocco and long-distance coach services across Europe. It is listed on the London Stock Exchange and is a constituent of the FTSE 250 Index.
SBS Transit is a public transport operator in Singapore operating bus, rail and taxi services. Mostly owned by ComfortDelGro, it was known as Singapore Bus Service until November 2001. It is the major bus operator in Singapore.
Scottish Citylink is a long distance express coach operator in Scotland and Ireland and England. The company was formed as a subsidiary of Scottish Transport Group in March 1985. Since September 2005 it has been operated as a 65/35 joint venture between ComfortDelGro and Stagecoach.
Armchair Passenger Transport was a bus and coach charter operator in London.
CDC Melbourne is a bus operator in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. It is a Melbourne bus company that operates 55 bus routes under contract to Public Transport Victoria. It is a subsidiary of CDC Victoria, itself a subsidiary of ComfortDelGro Australia. and in turn a subsidiary of Singapore-based ComfortDelGro.
Forest Coach Lines is an Australian bus and coach operator. Founded in 1930 in the Northern Suburbs of Sydney, since 2016 it has expanded with purchases in the Mid North Coast and North West Slopes regions in New South Wales. It is a subsidiary of ComfortDelGro Australia,
ComfortDelGro Corporation Australia (CDC), simply known as ComfortDelGro Australia, is a wholly owned subsidiary of Singapore-based ComfortDelGro, and is a major Australian operator of commuter buses. It is the second-largest commuter bus operator in New South Wales, and the third-largest commuter bus operator in Victoria. Formerly a joint venture called ComfortDelGro Cabcharge (CDC), it was founded in October 2005 by Singapore-based ComfortDelGro (51%) and Australian Cabcharge (49%). In February 2017, Cabcharge sold its stake in CDC to ComfortDelGro, and the company was renamed to its current name.
CDC Geelong, formerly known as Benders Busways, is an Australian bus company operating in Geelong, Victoria, Australia, operating routes under the Geelong Transit System umbrella, as well as charters. It is a subsidiary of CDC Victoria, in turn a subsidiary of ComfortDelGro Australia, in turn a subsidiary of Singapore-based ComfortDelGro.
The privatisation of London bus services was the process of the transfer of operation of London Buses from public bodies to private companies.
Buslink is a bus operator providing services in Alice Springs, Darwin, Jabiru and Humpty Doo. It is the largest operator in the Northern Territory. It also operates bus services in other Australian states and territories. It is a subsidiary of ComfortDelGro Australia
London Buses route 117 is a Transport for London contracted bus route in London and Surrey, England, running between West Middlesex University Hospital and Staines.
London Coaches was a former bus and coach operator operating open top tourist services in London and commuter services from Kent to London.
The Outer Sydney Metropolitan Bus Service Contracts (OSMBSC) are contracts issued by the Government of New South Wales to bus operators in areas surrounding Sydney. These regions include the Hunter Region, Central Coast, Illawarra and the Blue Mountains. In 2016-17, 21.6 million passenger journeys were made on Outer Metropolitan bus services.
Sydney, Australia is served by a number of bus operators, with the state government's State Transit Authority the largest operator in Sydney and ComfortDelGro Australia the largest operator in New South Wales as of September 2018 when the company took-over Forest Coach Lines. Other major operators include Busways, Transdev NSW and Transit Systems Sydney. Most services are provided as part of the city's integrated public transport system, with routes, fares, service levels, fleet specifications and customer service standards determined by Transport for NSW. A small number of services operate outside of this network.
Coastal Liner is an Australian bus company operating services on the New South Wales Central Coast. It is a subsidiary of ComfortDelGro Australia.
NAT Group is a bus and coach company in South Wales. It is a subsidiary of ComfortDelGro.
CityFleet Networks, also known as CityFleet, is a wholly owned subsidiary of Singapore-based ComfortDelGro that operates coach services under the brand Westbus UK, as well as taxi services in a number of UK cities under the brands ComCab, CityFleet Business and Comfort Executive.
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