The company has temporary closed its depots at Pocklington, Elloughton, Withernsea and Bridlington will all remaining services now being operated from Hull and Scarborough depots.
Go North East
Like East Yorkshire a number of depots will temporarily be closed here and we understand the impact here is severe with almost two thirds of the fleet being mothballed. From the details we have seen that means that 422 vehicles from an operational fleet of 666 have been parked up and delicenced.
Stagecoach UK Bus
We do not intend to list delicenced and mothballed vehicles in Fleet Ramblings for the individual operating companies but will highlight then, where we have details, on the individual allocation documents as they are updated.
Stagecoach South West
Dart SLF 34610 and MAN/Enviro 300 24146, which had been in all-over white livery, have now been finished in the ‘Stagecoach Local’ scheme.
On loan from Plymouth to Exeter for Rail Replacement services are Enviro 400MMCs 10488/93/96/97.
Stagecoach South Wales
Scania/Enviro 300s 28729 and 28731 along with Optare Solo 47629, which had been in temporary use at Brecon Outstation have now been transferred to Cwmbran following the re-entry into service of Volvo B8RLRE/MCVs 21359/61 and Optare Solo 48041.
Dart SLF 34768 from Blackwood has been withdrawn after sustaining fire damage whilst Volvo B10M 52401 has been sold.
Reserve Fleet vehicles now on the main allocation at Cwmbran are Scania/Enviro 400 15754, Trident 18072 and Optare Solo 47671, which vehicles moving from Cwmbran to Reserve are Scania/Enviro 300s 28725/26/30/34, Scania/Enviro 400 15965 and Optare Solo 47525.
Optare Solo SR 47855 has transferred from the Reserve Fleet to Aberdare displacing 47534 for transfer to the Reserve Fleet.
The company has taken half of its main fleet and all of its contract fleet out of service and delicenced them. The only operational buses now are Volvo B9TLs 150/52/53/54/56/58 and Volvo B5TL 159 along with Volvo B7RLEs 146/47/48/49/55 and Volvo B8RLE 164.
We understand that several members of the ‘Heritage’ fleet also remain licenced.