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Stagecoach Gold

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Stagecoach Gold is a luxury bus sub-brand used by various Stagecoach bus subsidiaries in the United Kingdom

Stagecoach Gold originally Goldline was launched in 2007 and was designed to attract more middle-class passengers to choose bus travel as a method of transport as well as to reward passengers on some busy and popular routes1

Stagecoach in Oxfordshire currently runs the most Stagecoach Gold routes with nine as of February 2017 Stagecoach in Oxfordshire also owns the largest number of Stagecoach Gold branded vehicles with 61 in its fleet as of January 2017

Contents

  • 1 History
  • 2 Services
    • 21 Gold - Torquay to Plymouth
    • 22 1 - Aldershot to Old Dean
    • 23 1 & 2 - Liverpool to Chester
    • 24 5 - Chester to Huntington
    • 25 7 - Scone to Hillend
    • 26 7 & N7- Woodstock to Oxford
    • 27 9 - Chester to Pipers Ash
    • 28 10 - Lower Tuffley to Cheltenham
    • 29 13 - Haverhill to Cambridge
    • 210 16 - Hythe to Canterbury
    • 211 51 - Selsey to Chichester
    • 212 57 - Exeter to Exmouth
    • 213 63 - Forest Green to Gloucester
    • 214 66 - Swindon to Oxford
    • 215 66 - Stroud to Gloucester
    • 216 94 - Cheltenham to Gloucester
    • 217 97/98 - Gloucester to Cheltenham via Innsworth
    • 218 125 - Preston to Bolton
    • 219 132 - Maerdy to Cardiff
    • 220 300 - Carlisle to Whitehaven
    • 221 G1 - Warwick to South Farm
    • 222 S1, S2, S7 & NS1 - Carterton/Witney to Oxford
    • 223 S3 - Chipping Norton / Charlbury to Oxford
    • 224 S4 - Banbury to Oxford
    • 225 S5 & NS5 - Bicester to Oxford
    • 226 X4 - Peterborough to Milton Keynes
    • 227 X4 & X5 - Workington to Penrith
    • 228 X17 - Sheffield to Matlock
    • 229 X24 - Blaenavon to Newport
    • 230 X30, 31, N30 & N31 - Wantage to Oxford
    • 231 X46 & X47 - Northampton to Raunds
  • 3 Future
  • 4 Other Services
    • 41 G9 & G10 - Scottish Citylink
  • 5 Former Services
    • 51 SW1 - Carterton to London
  • 6 See also
  • 7 References
  • 8 External links

Historyedit

Interior of a Stagecoach South Alexander Dennis Enviro300 bodied MAN 18240 in February 2009

The Goldline brand was introduced to try and win more middle class motorists to bus services It was initially trialled in two areas, Perth and Warwick from November 2007, both on routes which received kick-start funding from the government to help establish the routes Stagecoach East Scotland invested £300,000 to demonstrate the idea to politicians2

Goldline routes have a luxury specification Buses have hand stitched leather seats, metallic paint, special flooring and free WiFi Drivers wear special uniform and there is a Goldline customer charter2

In February 2009 the service was expanded to Aldershot and in September 2009 to Cheltenham and Gloucester on route 94 At this stage the brand name changed from Goldline to Stagecoach Gold, as well as the introduction of a new livery with brighter swoops added, as opposed to the previous gold and blue only livery The reason behind the name change was that Translink had the rights to the Goldline name, using it on their Ulsterbus coach services, and Stagecoach had to pay Translink a royalty

In 2010, the Stagecoach Gold brand was extended to services run by Scottish Citylink, where Stagecoach have a 35% shareholding, where the Glasgow to Aberdeen and Glasgow to Inverness services were designated as Citylink Gold3

In 2015, all brand new Stagecoach Gold vehicles came equipped with USB charging facilities underneath every seat which enabled passengers to charge their mobile devices whilst on board USB charging first became available on the Stagecoach in Oxfordshire S4 service which was upgraded to Stagecoach Gold in September 2015

As of 2016, all brand new Stagecoach buses, including non-gold vehicles, come equipped with high back leather seats, USB charging facilities and many with free onboard Wi-Fi Subsequently, this means that many of Stagecoach's new non-gold vehicles are now at the same specification as the Gold branded vehicles As a result, some non-gold routes now have higher specification vehicles than many of the Gold routes as prior to 2015, Stagecoach Gold vehicles did not come equipped with USB charging facilities

2016 also saw Stagecoach take delivery of the first Stagecoach Gold branded Alexander Dennis Enviro400 MMC and Enviro200 MMC vehicles The liveries on the new vehicles remain the same as the previous models however Stagecoach have slightly modified the interior upholstery with new style leather seats that incorporate a cream coloured headrest as well as new wood effect flooring

Stagecoach Gold services operated by Stagecoach in Oxfordshire also benefit from the ability to accept Contactless and Mobile payments which was rolled out to all Stagecoach in Oxfordshire services in October 20164 Stagecoach Group plans to have Contactless and Mobile payments available on all services across all divisions by the end of 20185

Servicesedit

Gold - Torquay to Plymouthedit

Stagecoach South West Alexander Dennis Enviro400 bodied Scania N230UD in Totnes in July 2014

The Stagecoach South West service began on 30 September 2013 It runs every 30 minutes between Torquay and Plymouth on Monday to Sunday throughout the day Stagecoach X64 has now taken the Dartmouth to Totnes part of the route This runs every two hours during the day, which runs from Dartmouth to Exeter via Totnes and Newton Abbot6 This service replaced First Devon & Cornwall's routes X80 and X81 on 27 October 20137

Operator - Stagecoach South West Fleet Size - 12

1 - Aldershot to Old Deanedit

Stagecoach South Alexander Dennis Enviro300 at Camberley station in December 2013 via Farnbourgh, Frimley and Camberley

The Aldershot service in the Blackwater Valley between Aldershot, Farnborough and Camberley was upgraded to Goldline status on 8 February 2009 It is on Stagecoach in Hants & Surrey's route 1 which runs every 10 minutes Monday to Saturday daytime and every 15 minutes on evenings and Sundays In December 2016 the fleet was renewed with 18 Alexander Dennis Enviro400 MMCs89

Operator - Stagecoach South Fleet Size - 18

1 & 2 - Liverpool to Chesteredit

via Ellesmere Port and Cheshire Oaks

Stagecoach Merseyside & South Lancashire's routes 1 and 2 became Stagecoach Gold routes on 30 October 2015 with 18 Alexander Dennis Enviro300 single deck vehicles entering service1011

Operator - Stagecoach Merseyside & South Lancashire Fleet Size - 18

5 - Chester to Huntingtonedit

via Boughton

Stagecoach Merseyside & South Lancashire's route 5 became a Stagecoach Gold route on 11 January 201612 with Optare Solo single deck vehicles from West Midlands

Operator - Stagecoach Merseyside & South Lancashire Fleet Size - N/A

7 - Scone to Hillendedit

Stagecoach East Scotland Alexander Dennis Enviro350H in Perth in October 2014 via Perth

The service in Perth began on 5 November 2007,2 and is operated by Stagecoach East Scotland

It uses a fleet of eight Alexander Dennis Enviro350Hs, which were the first examples to be built to the new style2 The scheme operates on Perth city route 7, which was in its sixth year of growth following the kick-start funding, with growth continuing at 2% a year2

Route 7 runs between Hillend, Perth city centre and Scone, and runs every 10 minutes on Monday to Saturday daytime, and up to every 30 minutes in the evening and Sundays13

In mid-2012 Route 7 was converted to hybrid buses using nine Alexander Dennis Enviro350Hs14

Operator - Stagecoach East Scotland Fleet Size - 9

7 & N7- Woodstock to Oxfordedit

Alexander Dennis Enviro400 MMC operating route 7 in Oxford via Blenheim Palace and Kidlington

Stagecoach in Oxfordshire launched the brand new route 7 service on 3 January 2017 The new Gold service links Woodstock and Kidlington with Oxford via Oxford Parkway railway station The service will use roughly three of the ten brand new Gold buses delivered to Oxford in December 2016 and will work alongside the S3 service

Operator - Stagecoach Oxfordshire Fleet Size - 3

9 - Chester to Pipers Ashedit

via Hoole Lane

Stagecoach Merseyside & South Lancashire's route 9 became a Stagecoach Gold route on 11 January 201612 with Optare Solo single deck vehicles from West Midlands

Operator - Stagecoach Merseyside & South Lancashire Fleet Size - N/A

10 - Lower Tuffley to Cheltenhamedit

Stagecoach West Alexander Dennis Enviro400 bodied Scania N230UD in December 2012 via Gloucester and Brockworth

This service began in December 2012 Stagecoach West have a fleet of 19 Alexander Dennis Enviro400 bodied Scania N230UDs Buses run every 10 minutes between Lower Tuffley and Cheltenham, Monday to Saturday and on Sundays, buses are every 30 minutes to Cheltenham

Stagecoach had at one point threatened to remove the Stagecoach Gold brand from route 10 after three buses were severely vandalised within two weeks of the bus' launch15

Operator - Stagecoach West Fleet Size - 19

13 - Haverhill to Cambridgeedit

Alexander Dennis Enviro400 bodied Scania N230UD at Haverhill Bus Station in May 2015 via Linton

Stagecoach East service 13 became a Stagecoach Gold route on 1 June 2014 with 11 new Alexander Dennis Enviro400 bodied Scania N230UDs entering service to operate the route The service runs every 30 minutes on Weekday and Saturday daytimes and hourly on Sunday daytimes and Weekday evenings16

Operator - Stagecoach East Fleet Size - 11

16 - Hythe to Canterburyedit

Alexander Dennis Enviro400 bodied Scania N230UD operating Gold route 16 via Folkestone and Hawkinge

Stagecoach East Kent service 16 between Canterbury and Hythe received Stagecoach Gold status on 2 November 20141718 Ten Stagecoach Gold branded vehicles are currently in service on the route

Operator - Stagecoach East Kent Fleet Size - 10

51 - Selsey to Chichesteredit

Stagecoach South Alexander Dennis Enviro300 in April 2013 via Sidlesham and Hunston

Route 51 from Chichester to Selsey became a Stagecoach Gold service with effect from 24 February 2013 The service runs every 10–15 minutes in the daytime on Mondays to Saturdays, every 70 minutes on Monday to Saturday evenings, and half-hourly on Sunday daytimes19

Operator - Stagecoach South Fleet Size - 7

57 - Exeter to Exmouthedit

via Topsham & Lympstone

Stagecoach Southwest route 57 between Exeter and Exmouth including Brixington became a gold service on Monday 23 November 2015 They use 10 Alexander Dennis Enviro400 bodied Scania N230UD20

Operator - Stagecoach South West Fleet Size - 10

63 - Forest Green to Gloucesteredit

Stagecoach Gold began running on Stagecoach West 63 route on 19 November 2016 using six of 12 of Cheltenham's old gold 94 Alexander Dennis Enviro400 buses 15527-32 The Scanias were launched properly alongside the 66 and 97/98 on 21 January 2017

This service uses a fleet of ex Cheltenham 09 reg Alexander Dennis Enviro400s

The service runs every 30 minutes Monday to Saturday And every 2 hours on Sundays

Operator - Stagecoach West Fleet Size - 6

66 - Swindon to Oxfordedit

Stagecoach West Scania N230UD on route 66 via Shrivenham and Faringdon

Route 66 between Swindon and Oxford 21 was upgraded to Gold status starting on 22 January 2012 The service runs up to every 20 minutes Monday to Saturday and half hourly on Sundays

Operator - Stagecoach West Fleet Size - 9

66 - Stroud to Gloucesteredit

Stagecoach Gold began running on Stagecoach West 66 route on 22 January 2017 using a batch of 2008 Alexander Dennis Enviro300 bodied MANs 22744-49/22751-54 The MANs were launched alongside the 63 and 97/98 on 21 January 2017 The service runs every 15 minutes Monday to Saturday between Waterwells P&R and Gloucester And every hour on Sundays

Operator - Stagecoach West Fleet Size - 10

94 - Cheltenham to Gloucesteredit

Stagecoach Gold Alexander Dennis Enviro400 MMC in Cheltenham in 2017 via Churchdown

Stagecoach Gold began running on Stagecoach West 94 route between Cheltenham, Churchdown and Gloucester on 12 September 2009 The new service and buses were launched at Cheltenham Racecourse22

The service uses a fleet of 2016 Alexander Dennis Enviro400s23 The service is run by Stagecoach West

The route runs every 10 minutes Monday to Saturday daytime and 30 minutes in the evening Services run up to every 15 minutes on Sundays24

Operator - Stagecoach West Fleet Size - 12

97/98 - Gloucester to Cheltenham via Innsworthedit

Stagecoach Gold began running on Stagecoach West 97/98 route on 19 November 2016 using 6 of 12 of Cheltenham's old gold 94 Alexander Dennis Enviro400 buses15521-26 The Scanias are due to be launched properly alongside the 63 and 66 on 21 January 2017 with them entering service on the 22nd

This service uses a fleet of ex Cheltenham 09 reg Alexander Dennis Enviro400s

The service runs every 30 minutes Monday to Saturday And every hour on Sundays

Operator - Stagecoach West Fleet Size - 6

125 - Preston to Boltonedit

Stagecoach Merseyside & South Lancashire Scania N230UD on route 125 in 2015 via Bamber Bridge, Clayton Brook, Chorley and Horwich

Stagecoach Merseyside & South Lancashire's route 125 between Preston and Bolton became Stagecoach Gold routes on 16 November 2015 with 24 Alexander Dennis Enviro400 bodied Scania N230UDs entering service1011

Operator - Stagecoach Merseyside & South Lancashire Fleet Size - 24

132 - Maerdy to Cardiffedit

via Porth and Pontypridd

Stagecoach Wales route 132 was upgraded to Stagecoach Gold status on 5 December 2016 with 23 new Alexander Dennis Enviro200 MMC vehicles to operate the upgraded service This is the first Stagecoach Gold service to be operated by Alexander Dennis Enviro200 MMCs25

Operator - Stagecoach South Wales Fleet Size - 23

300 - Carlisle to Whitehavenedit

via Workington, Maryport and Wigton

The route runs every hour Monday to Saturday daytime, and every two hours Sunday daytime It became a Stagecoach Gold service on 5 August 201326

The service uses a fleet of four Alexander Dennis Enviro400 bodied Scania N230UDs The service is run by Stagecoach Cumbria & North Lancashire's Workington depot

Operator - Stagecoach Cumbria & North Lancashire Fleet Size - 4

G1 - Warwick to South Farmedit

Stagecoach Midlands Optare Solo in Warwick in February 2008 via Woodloes, Percy Estate, Leamington Spa and Whitnash

In Warwick, the service started on 12 November 200727

The service uses a fleet of 11 Optare Solos on route 66 which was renumbered G127 The service is run by Stagecoach in Warwickshire

The route runs every 8–10 minutes Monday to Saturday daytime and every half hour on evenings and Sundays28

Route G1 received 14 brand new Stagecoach Gold branded Optare Solo SRs which entered service on 3 October 201529 These new vehicles have replaced the 15 Goldline branded Optare Solos that entered service in 2007 At present, route G1 is the only Stagecoach Gold service to use vehicles manufactured by Optare

Five of former Goldline branded solo's have now been resprayed into the standard Stagecoach livery and are now operating local services under Stagecoach Midlands Despite losing the Goldline livery, the fleet has retained their Gold spec interior30 A further five vehicles were transferred to Stagecoach Merseyside & South Lancashire for use on a new Stagecoach Gold route These five vehicles were rebranded in Stagecoach Gold livery and were also re-registered

Operator - Stagecoach Midlands Fleet Size - 14

S1, S2, S7 & NS1 - Carterton/Witney to Oxfordedit

Stagecoach Oxfordshire Alexander Dennis Enviro400 bodied Scania N230UD on route S2 in Oxford in September 2012 via Brize Norton and Curbridge S1 and NS1, Witney S1, S2, S7 and NS1, Eynsham S1 and NS1 and Headington S7

In 2010, Stagecoach Oxfordshire introduced the Stagecoach Gold brand on its S1 and S2 services running from Carterton Witney to Oxford Route S1 runs up to every 10 minutes in Monday to Saturday daytimes, every 20 minutes Sunday daytimes, every half-hour Monday to Saturday evenings and every hour on Sunday evenings Route S2 runs every half-hour on Mondays to Saturday daytimes, and there are a number of express journeys in the rush hours on Monday to Fridays

Night bus NS1 runs from Oxford to Carterton via Witney and Eynsham There are eight journeys on this route on Friday/Saturday and Saturday/Sunday nights, and one journey on all other nights Former night bus NS2 ran in the opposite direction, as an express bus from Carterton to Oxford without serving Witney There were six journeys on this route on Friday/Saturday and Saturday/Sunday nights only31

On 3 July 2014 Stagecoach in Oxfordshire confirmed that it would run a new service connecting West Oxfordshire with the Headington Hospitals in Oxford Route S7 launched on 27 July 2014 running hourly on weekdays until the service proved successful32 On 27 July 2014, the S2 service stopped serving Minster Lovell with the new S7 service taking its place

In September 2016, Stagecoach in Oxfordshire made several timetable changes to routes S1, S2 and S7 The main changes were with route S7 which now starts and terminates in Witney and no longer serves Minster Lovell and Carterton The changes also saw all NS2 services replaced by NS1 services33

Operator - Stagecoach Oxfordshire Fleet Size - 17

S3 - Chipping Norton / Charlbury to Oxfordedit

Stagecoach in Oxfordshire Alexander Dennis Enviro400 bodied Scania N230UD in Chipping Norton in December 2012 via Blenheim Palace and Woodstock

Route S3 became a Stagecoach Gold route in September 2012, with eight Alexander Dennis Enviro400 bodied Scania N230UDs

The route runs from Oxford up to every 30 minutes during the daytime Monday-Friday with one service per hour terminating in Chipping Norton and the other terminating in Charlbury All services run via Woodstock and Blenheim Palace making the S3 one of Oxfordshire's busiest tourist route The service runs hourly during the day from Chipping Norton and Charlbury with the estimated journey time of 71 minutes from Chipping Norton and 65 minutes from Charlbury

The S3 Sunday service also runs up to every 30 minutes from Oxford, but every other terminates in Old Woodstock with Charlbury not being served at all

Route S3 does not have a night service The last bus leaves Oxford at 23:45 weekdays34

Operator - Stagecoach Oxfordshire Fleet Size - 8

S4 - Banbury to Oxfordedit

Stagecoach Oxfordshire Alexander Dennis Enviro300 on route S4 in Summertown, Oxford via Adderbury, Deddington and Kidlington

Stagecoach in Oxfordshire confirmed in May that route S4 between Banbury and Oxford was to receive new single deck Stagecoach Gold buses as part of major improvements to the service Route S4 was upgraded to Gold status in August 201535 On weekdays and Saturdays the service runs up to every 30 minutes between Banbury and Deddington with one of these services continuing to Oxford There was also a service between Oxford city centre and Oxford Airport in Kidlington which ran up to every 60 minutes, however this was replaced with the introduction of the 7 service to Woodstock On Sundays there are four buses in each direction between Banbury and Oxford36

Whilst the Stagecoach Gold vehicles entered service in August 2015, the gold service was officially launched in Banbury on 16 September 201537

Operator - Stagecoach Oxfordshire Fleet Size - 5

S5 & NS5 - Bicester to Oxfordedit

Two Stagecoach Oxfordshire Alexander Dennis Enviro400 bodied Scania N230UDs in Bicester on route S5 in April 2013 via Bicester Village and Gosford

At the very end of 2011, and into the start of 2012, the S5 and NS5 service between Bicester and Oxford also received new Alexander Dennis Enviro400 bodied Scania N230UDs as well as an improved frequency throughout Route S5 runs up to every 15 minutes on Monday to Saturday daytimes, hourly on Monday to Saturday evenings, half-hourly on Sunday daytimes and every 90 minutes on Sunday evenings Route NS5 runs as four journeys from Oxford to Bicester and three journeys from Bicester to Oxford on Friday/Saturday and Saturday/Sunday nights, with two journeys from Bicester to Oxford on Friday/Saturday and Saturday/Sunday nights only On Monday/Tuesday to Thursday/Friday nights the route provides one journey from Oxford to Bicester38

Operator - Stagecoach Oxfordshire Fleet Size - 10

X4 - Peterborough to Milton Keynesedit

Stagecoach Midlands Alexander Dennis Enviro400 bodied Scania N230UD in Milton Keynes in June 2012 via Oundle, Corby, Kettering and Wellingborough Main article: Stagecoach bus route X4

In November 2011 Stagecoach Gold expanded to the X4 route from Peterborough to Milton Keynes via Oundle, Corby, Kettering, Wellingborough and Northampton

Operator - Stagecoach Midlands Fleet Size - 13

X4 & X5 - Workington to Penrithedit

via Cockermouth and Keswick

Stagecoach Cumbria and North Lancashire's X4 and X5 services received Stagecoach Gold status in October 2015 with a fleet of seven new Stagecoach Gold branded vehicles including five Alexander Dennis Enviro400 bodied Scania N230UDs and two Alexander Dennis Enviro300 bodied Scania entering service This makes routes X4 and X5 the first and currently only Stagecoach Gold services to use a mixture of both single deck and double deck vehicles

Operator - Stagecoach Cumbria & North Lancashire Fleet Size - 7

X17 - Sheffield to Matlockedit

via Chesterfield

Stagecoach Gold launched on route X17 on 10 November 2014 with six new Stagecoach Gold vehicles operating the route3940

Operator - Stagecoach Chesterfield Fleet Size - 6

X24 - Blaenavon to Newportedit

via Pontypool and Cwmbran

Stagecoach South Wales route X24 became a gold service on Saturday 28 November 2015 They are using 15 65 plate Alexander Dennis Enviro300 single deckers numbered 27273-27287

Operator - Stagecoach South Wales Fleet Size - 15

X30, 31, N30 & N31 - Wantage to Oxfordedit

Stagecoach Gold ADL Enviro400 MMC in Oxford City Centre on route X30 via Grove, East Hanney, Cumnor X30 & N30, Marcham 31 & N31 and Abingdon 31 & N31

Stagecoach in Oxfordshire routes X30 and 31 were upgraded to Stagecoach Gold in January 2017 alongside the creation of route 7 between Woodstock and Oxford Route X30 runs up to every 30 minutes Monday to Saturday daytimes and every 60 minutes Sunday daytime Route 31 operates every 60 minutes Monday to Sunday daytimes with an hourly service Monday to Saturday evenings with a service every two hours on Sunday evenings Night services N30 and N31 operate Friday and Saturday evenings with buses from Oxford to Wantage running until 3am There is also one N31 journey from Oxford to Wantage that operates Monday to Thursday The services use roughly six Alexander Dennis Enviro400 MMCs that were delivered brand new to Oxford in December 2016

Operator - Stagecoach Oxfordshire Fleet Size - 6

X46 & X47 - Northampton to Raundsedit

via Weston Favell, Earls Barton, Wellingborough, Rushden and Higham Ferrers

Each route runs hourly via slightly different routes, on Mondays to Saturdays except evenings The X47 goes through Great Doddington and rejoin the X46 at Church Street in Wellingborough41

X46 and X47 became Stagecoach Gold routes in November 201342

Operator - Stagecoach Midlands Fleet Size - 9

Futureedit

Stagecoach Group announced their annual 2017/2018 vehicle order on 13 April 2017 with a total investment of £70 million on new vehicles43 The official fleet handbook was published late April 2017 and indicated that a total of 36 vehicles on order will be to Stagecoach Gold specification 11 vehicles will be Alexander Dennis Enviro400 MMCs with 7 intended for Stagecoach Merseyside's Birkenhead depot and the remaining 4 being for Stagecoach in Oxfordshire's Oxford depot 25 vehicles will be Alexander Dennis Enviro200 MMCs with all 25 intended for Stagecoach Midland's Nuneaton depot4445

Other Servicesedit

G9 & G10 - Scottish Citylinkedit

Scottish Citylink Plaxton Elite bodied Volvo B12M right at Inverness bus station in September 2011

The Citylink Gold brand is used for two Scottish Citylink services, the G9 between Glasgow and Aberdeen and the G10 between Glasgow and Inverness46 Service specifications are similar to that of the bus services branded as Stagecoach Gold, but with free tea and coffee served all day47

Former Servicesedit

SW1 - Carterton to Londonedit

via Witney

Stagecoach Oxfordshire began operating route SW1 began on 8 November 2014 as a weekend and bank holiday service linking Carterton and Witney directly with London using spare buses from its other Gold routes On 17 April 2015 Stagecoach Oxfordshire confirmed that the SW1 service would cease due to low passenger numbers48

Operator - Stagecoach Oxfordshire Fleet Size - 3

See alsoedit

  • Arriva Max
  • Arriva Sapphire

Referencesedit

  1. ^ What is Stagecoach Gold Stagecoach Gold
  2. ^ a b c d e Millar, Allan December 2007 "£2m two-town trial for Stagecoach's new luxury bus brand" Buses Magazine 633: 6  |access-date= requires |url= help
  3. ^ "Contactless Payment Oxfordshire" Stagecoach Bus Stagecoach in Oxfordshire Retrieved 8 February 2017 
  4. ^ "STAGECOACH TO DELIVER CONTACTLESS BUS TRAVEL ACROSS UK BY END OF 2018" Stagecoach Group Retrieved 8 February 2017 
  5. ^ Catch a little luxury today Stagecoach South West
  6. ^ First Devon & Cornwall Ltd - PH0004983/31 Vehicle Operator & Services Agency
  7. ^ Next generation Gold buses make a huge impact in the Blackwater Valley Stagecoach 8 December 2016
  8. ^ Stagecoach South spends £45 million on next-gen Gold RouteOne 21 December 2016
  9. ^ a b Gold Upgrade for North West RouteOne 24 June 2015
  10. ^ a b Stagecoach Gold in Merseyside and South Lancashire Stagecoach October 2015
  11. ^ a b Stagecoach Gold in Merseyside and South Lancashire Stagecoach Jan 2016
  12. ^ "Stagecoach targets motorists with £2million trial of Goldline luxury bus concept" Stagecoach Group 29 October 2007 Retrieved 6 February 2009 
  13. ^ Stagecoach gets first UK Enviro350Hs Buses Magazine 18 July 2012
  14. ^ Three posh buses attacked by Gloucester vandals Gloucester Citizen 20 December 2012
  15. ^ Service 13 Haverhill-Linton-Cambridge Stagecoach Gold
  16. ^ Stagecoach Gold 16 Stagecoach
  17. ^ Stagecoach in East Kent gets Gold bus service RouteOne 6 November 2014
  18. ^ Route 51 timetable Stagecoach Gold 24 February 2013
  19. ^ https://wwwstagecoachbuscom/Stagecoach%20Goldaspx
  20. ^ "66" Stagecoach West 31 May 2015 Retrieved 3 September 2015 
  21. ^ "Stagecoach Gold luxury buses introduced on route 94" Stagecoach in Cheltenham 10 September 2009 Retrieved 12 September 2009 
  22. ^ "Gold Enviro400 MMC for Stagecoach West" Coach & Bus Week issue 1267 22 November 2016 page 7
  23. ^ "Stagecoach Gold Route 94 Timetable" PDF Stagecoach Gold 12 September 2009 Retrieved 12 September 2009 
  24. ^ "Stagecoach South Wales route goes gold Coach & Bus Week issue 1269 6 December 2016 page 10
  25. ^ Welcome to Stagecoach Gold in Cumbria Stagecoach Gold
  26. ^ a b "Goldline Stagecoach style" Malcolm Crowe 18 November 2007 Retrieved 6 February 2009 
  27. ^ "Goldline G1 timetable" PDF Stagecoach in Warwickshire Retrieved 6 February 2009 
  28. ^ https://twittercom/StagecoachMids/status/650283076107509760
  29. ^ Stagecoach Midlands 47511 KX57 KGG busboy99 Retrieved 12 April 2016 
  30. ^ "S1 S2" Stagecoach in Oxfordshire 
  31. ^ "Changes to Stagecoach Gold services in West Oxfordshire" Stagecoach in Oxfordshire 2014 
  32. ^ "Changes to West Oxfordshire services from Sunday 4 September 2016" Stagecoach Bus Stagecoach in Oxfordshire Retrieved 7 September 2016 
  33. ^ "S3" Stagecoach in Oxfordshire 27 July 2014 Retrieved 3 September 2015 
  34. ^ "Service S4" Stagecoach in Oxfordshire 31 May 2015 Retrieved 3 September 2015 
  35. ^ "We’re making a few changes to your local Stagecoach services" Stagecoach in Oxfordshire 31 May 2015 Retrieved 3 September 2015 
  36. ^ https://twittercom/Stagecoach_Ox/status/644107184259866624
  37. ^ "Improvements to Route S5" Stagecoach in Oxfordshire 8 March 2012 
  38. ^ Stagecoach Gold X17 Stagecoach
  39. ^ New bus fleet drives customer satisfaction to gold Bus & Coach Professional 7 May 2015
  40. ^ "X46/X47 Timetable" PDF Stagecoach Bus Stagecoach Midlands Retrieved 8 February 2017 
  41. ^ Stagecoach launches £18m investment in nine new Gold buses Northern Herald & Post 1 November 2013
  42. ^ "STAGECOACH PLACES £70MILLION ORDERS FOR NEW VEHICLES" Stagecoach Stagecoach Group Retrieved 30 April 2017 
  43. ^ 2017 Stagecoach Bus Handbook British Bus Publishing April 2017  |access-date= requires |url= help
  44. ^ "Stagecoach 2017/2018 Order" North East Buses Retrieved 30 April 2017 
  45. ^ "Citylink Gold - More than a Journey - times, tickets and prices" Scottish Citylink Retrieved 18 July 2010 
  46. ^ "Citylink Gold - More than a Journey - About the Service" Scottish Citylink Retrieved 18 July 2010 
  47. ^ Weekend Bus Service from Carterton and Witney to London Stagecoach

External linksedit

  • Stagecoach Gold website
  • Stagecoach UK Bus website

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