2000 Arriva Bus Handbook

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Luton and District had also assisted other employee buyouts such as Derby City Transport in which it had a 25 per cent share holding, and Clydeside 2000 plc, where there was a 19 per cent share holding. In both companies, the shareholders voted to accept offers from British Bus for the balance of the shares and they became fully owned members of the British Bus group. A third company, Lincoln City Transport, had not met with success and the employees had already agreed its sale to Yorkshire Traction-owned Lincolnshire Road Car Company Ltd before the British Bus take-over. This book shows the Arriva Fleet for the year 2000, including allocations to bus depots.

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Luton and District had also assisted other employee buyouts such as Derby City Transport in which it had a 25 per cent share holding, and Clydeside 2000 plc, where there was a 19 per cent share holding. In both companies, the shareholders voted to accept offers from British Bus for the balance of the shares and they became fully owned members of the British Bus group. A third company, Lincoln City Transport, had not met with success and the employees had already agreed its sale to Yorkshire Traction-owned Lincolnshire Road Car Company Ltd before the British Bus take-over. This book shows the Arriva Fleet for the year 2000, including allocations to bus depots.