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Anglianbus rebranded
« on: November 27, 2017, 08:39:52 PM »
RouteOne magazine last week contained the following report:


Anglianbus is no more

As from Monday 20 November Go-Ahead owned Anglianbus was rebranded Konectbus, with its seven remaining routes
transferred. The Beccles depot remains open.

Anglianbus operates to the south of Norwich, with Konectbus to the north. Go-Ahead’s two other east Anglian operations, Chambers and Hedingham, retain their identities. In total, Go-Ahead operates 195 vehicles in the East Anglia region.

It is understood that a fleet refresh is planned, which might see the mainly yellow-based Anglianbus livery replaced.

Established in 1981 by David Pursey, Anglianbus was bought by Go-Ahead in April 2012, when it ran 71 buses. It now runs 20.


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