The roof of a double decker bus has been ripped off after the driver hit a bridge in Portchester, Hampshire.
Documents containing information on violent and registered sex offenders were inadvertently left on a bus in Brighton by a prison employee.
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Police are appealing for witnesses after a man was knocked down by a bus.
The accident happened this afternoon in Shirley, Southampton.
The man, who is in his 40's, was crossing the road at Foyers Corner, at the junction of Howard Road and Shirley Road.
He was taken to Southampton General Hospital for treatment to head injuries.
Passengers who were on the bus at the time were spoken to by officers, before another bus came to collect them.
Anyone with information should call the Roads Policing Uni at Totton on 101, quoting Operation Cromarty.
The Beach Bus that connects tourist areas in Hampshire and Dorset is set to return next year.
The new service ran for five weeks during the summer holidays and attracted around 6,000 passenger journeys.
Operated by Wilts and Dorset in partnership with the New Forest National Park Authority, ran 8 times a day and 7 days a week.
The bus called at popular destinations such as Exbury Gardens, Buckler's Hard, the National Motor Museum at Beaulieu and Lymington.
The Beach Bus is supported by a £3.8m Department for Transport grant to encourage car-free travel in the New Forest and South Downs National Parks.
Jane Mills, the Buckler's Hard attraction manager, said:
‘Our visitor numbers were up this summer compared to last year, and the Beach Bus has helped local people as well as visitors to the New Forest to visit Buckler’s Hard and contribute towards that increase. We look forward to seeing it again next summer.’
They're a common site in some of our busy towns and cities - open top tour buses giving visitors great views of famous landmarks and attractions.
Medway council bosses are so convinced of their rich heritage that they've drafted in one of our most famous classical actors to help launch the town's open bus tour.
The voice of Brian Blessed will guide visitors through that part of Kent as Tom Savvides reports.
Actor Brian Blessed will open Medway's new open top bus tours today.
The star of Flash Gordon will lend his famous booming voice to guide visitors to destinations such as Rochester Castle and Cathedral, Fort Amherst, the Royal Engineers Museum, Chatham Maritime, Dickens World, The Historic Dockyard Chatham and Eastgate House.
Talking about the app, Judy Giles, Head of Marketing for First UK Bus, said: “As one of Britain’s biggest bus operators we are always looking at new ways to improve our customers’ journey experiences and encourage more people to use our service.
"We are proud to be officially launching this app nationally, which I believe is an exciting development for commuters in the UK.”
Marc Reddy, Regional Commercial and Business Growth Director, says, “Designed to be a personal timetable for your pocket, the app offers customers access to a wealth of information at their fingertips."
A bus company is launching a mobile phone app to help passengers plan their journeys.
First Bus says the free Bus App, which is now available to download from app stores, will make it even easier for customers in Hampshire while on the move.
Using Global Positioning System (GPS), it helps find local bus stops, bus route maps, service updates and real-time bus departure information.
The app, which has been trialled in Hampshire since October 2012, has already attracted more than 50,000 downloads.
After 65 years working behind the wheel and in the office at the Oxford Bus Company, Arthur Pearson is to retire - at the age of 88. He's the firm's longest-serving employee - he joinied the firm at the age of 23 in 1948.
He says it's hard to say goodbye to his passengers.
After 65 years working behind the wheel and in the office at the Oxford Bus Company, Arthur Pearson is to retire - at the age of 88. He's the firm's longest-serving employee - he joined the firm at the age of 23 in 1948. He says it's hard to say goodbye to his passengers.
Changes will be made to the layout of Winchester market, after a boy was hit by a bus. Some of the market stalls will be clustered to give better visibility for bus drivers and pedestrians. Barriers and signs will also be installed to encourage safe road crossing
Bus companies remain committed to maintain slow speeds through this area. In the longer-term discussions will take place about the options for re-routing buses.
– Cllr Vicki Weston, Winchester City Council
Our thoughts remain with those involved in the accident and we hope that the young boy involved makes a speedy recovery. The market makes a valuable contribution to the economic vitality of the city centre and it is important that any changes we make are appropriate and seek to improve safety. Together with our partners we will closely manage the arrangements and keep the situation under review.