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The govt’s investment must be made with consistency, fairness and sustainability, says the association.
The Bus and Coach Association has welcomed the government’s “timely” plans to invest $61m to support a skilled, sustainable workforce of bus drivers.
Brent Early’s tenure as Leopard Coachlines managing director has come to an end following the company’s acquisition by Canterbury bus company Torlesse Travel, but it is far from the end of the road for him.
After more than 50 years of operating, the company files for voluntary liquidation citing NZ’s border rules as the last straw.
The Bus and Coach Association is asking for more support from the government as businesses in the sector continue to suffer.
The US investor swoops on the Kiwi business, which runs tour group and charter services as well as commuter and school routes.
Go Bus has acquired Invercargill-based McDermott Coachlines.
Bus and rail services have recommenced at Puhinui Station in Papatoetoe after a $69m revamp.
Leopard Coachlines director Brent Early says his business is suffering and the govt has abandoned the industry.
Association head says members forced to sell coaches to keep business afloat.
A coach operator that had its airline transport contract terminated by the government and handed to a competitor is calling for fair treatment.
Coach tour company Voyager Tours has gone into liquidation, although the causes have yet to be revealed.
Bus and Coach Association chief executive Dr Pim Borren says the tour coach business is at a virtual standstill.
The company, which catered to the active senior market, had rescheduled 16 tours following the Covid-19 lockdown.
Entrada’s InterCity and Auckland Whale and Dolphin Safari operations are to restart selected services this week.
The services would operate on a reduced schedule, four days per week.
Financial support from the Ministry of Transport has prompted national bus network InterCity today to re-start routes between Nelson to Queenstown and Christchurch to Queenstown.
THL’s recent RV promo received an “overwhelmingly positive” response but NZ rental revenue is still down 50%.
Red Travel has brought in Canadian technology company Betterez to modernise its ticketing and reservatiosn system.
The youth-oriented tour operator has pitched into the 50+ demographic to help cope with a softening backpacker market.
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