Arriva UK Bus
is part of the Arriva group, which is owned by Deutsche Bahn. Arriva is a leading pan-European public transport operator with over 60,000 employees and operations across 14 European countries.
Arriva runs a range of transport services including buses, trains, coaches, waterbuses and airport-related transport services, and bus and coach distribution.
With operations in the Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Hungary, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Serbia, Slovenia, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden and the UK, Arriva provides more than 2.2 billion passenger journeys every year.
You can find out more about the Arriva group by visiting the group website, which also provides 'Local bus and train information' links to local Arriva websites across the UK and mainland Europe.
Arriva's regional buses
Arriva's regional buses run in many UK towns and regions. They operate in the North West, North East, Yorkshire, Wales, the Midlands, Bedfordshire and Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire, Essex, Kent and Surrey.
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Arriva London is one of London’s biggest operators having a fleet of over 1,500 buses over 95 services.
Arriva Bus and Coach
Arriva Bus and Coach specializes in the sale, rental and finance of new and used vehicles. They also offer servicing, repair and parts support nationwide.
Green Line operates bus services from Heathrow to Harlow, Luton to Luton Airport and Hemel Hempsted.
In the UK Arriva has eight transport providers in the Arriva Trains division.
Arriva Trains Wales
Operating out of Birmingham New Street Station, Cross Country offers customers routes across the UK. Whether that’s travelling from Penzance to Aberdeen or Manchester to Reading.
Chiltern Railways provide journeys around the South east of England from Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire, Warwickshire and some long-distance services to the West Midlands. Chiltern was the first railway to offer mobile ticketing and
Arriva Rail London
Responsible for running the London Overground network of trains, Arriva Rail London can cater for rail journeys across 23 of London’s 33 boroughs.
The latest addition to the Arriva group. Northern Rail connects people to destinations such as Cumbria and The Lake District as well as to major cities like Newcastle, Manchester and York.
Grand Central is an independent open-access operator, running rail services from Sunderland and Bradford to London King’s Cross station.
Arriva Transport Solutions
Arriva Transport Solutions is a specialist non-emergency patient transport provider carrying out more than a million journeys across the UK every year.