News • Nov 29, 2017 16:00 GMT
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Here's our guide.
The region’s largest bus operator, Go North East is relocating its Stanley depot after nearly 100 years in the town, to a new state-of-the art facility in Consett.
Go North East and Stagecoach North East are giving visitors travelling into Sunderland by bus on Sunday mornings from now until Christmas, a festive gift, free transport into the city before 11am.
Go North East scooped three accolades at the prestigious UK Bus Awards, with its head of commercial and retail being awarded gold in the Leadership and Inspiration category.
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A behind-the-scenes depot tour, trip through the vehicle wash and fuel bay and private bus journey were on the lesson plan for a group of autistic schoolchildren from Benwell recently.
Over 21,000 people hopped aboard Go North East’s dedicated 101 park and ride services this October and November, to visit Sunderland’s annual Illuminations (5 Oct - 5 Nov).
The region’s biggest bus company, Go North East has welcomed four new engineering team members following completion of its award-winning apprenticeship, with the baton being passed to a further four new learners preparing to embark on their new careers.
Unemployed people in the North East are being offered a place on a unique training and skills development programme with the opportunity to secure one of over 200 new jobs thanks to a partnership between the region’s biggest bus operator, Go North East, Gateshead College, and Jobcentre Plus.
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Pioneering transport marketer, Stephen King has earned Go North East recognition for industry excellence after securing a hat-trick of finalist spots at the upcoming UK Bus Awards, including an accolade for his role in leading company success.
An industry-leading apprenticeship scheme, and a commitment to supporting training and development beyond the legal minimum, has earned Go North Easttop honour this month at the routeone Bus & Coach Transport Awards in Birmingham.
A Magpies fan who claimed a debilitating neck injury suffered on a bus forced him away from his refuse collection job for two weeks has had his case rejected by Gateshead County Court.
Thousands of golf fans enjoyed an exciting Masters - in which Ireland’s Paul Dunne held off Rory McIlroy to clinch his first European Tour title - thanks to Go North East teeing up a first class transport link.