Fire crews are continuing to investigate the cause of a fire, which destroyed 20 coaches at a depot near Bromsgrove.
The blaze started at around 10pm on Friday 11 March at Kev's Cars and Coaches in Lydiate Ash.
Firefighters from Kings Norton, Northfield and Woodgate Valley fire stations were all deployed overnight, assisted by colleagues at Hereford & Worcester Fire and Rescue Service to tackle the outbreak.
Out of a 21 strong-fleet, all but one buses were lost.
Bus services were affected, but due to assistance from other nearby operators, bus services will be restored. It is thought all services will still be impacted until the middle of next week.
School children who rely on coach services in and around Redditch and Bromsgrove won't see any changes on Monday.
More than 10 crews from across West Midlands Fire and Rescue and Hereford and Worcestershire Fire Service continue to tackle the large blaze this morning.
More than 70 firefighters using hose-reels and multiple specialist equipment were at the scene.
Road closures were put in place whilst police responded.
The company - founded in 1975 - serves the county of Worcestershire and specialises in independent travel arrangements for local customers.
Images shared on social media by West Midlands Fire and Rescue Service reveal a number of vehicles including several buses with Kev's Coaches branding engulfed in flames.
Most of the fire has been extinguished and some crews have returned to their stations whilst some crews remain on site to dampen down the fire.
Several crews still remain at the scene. The cause of the fire is currently unknown.